Tuesday, September 12, 2006

LivingLifeLightCover

We now have 3 excellent covers to choose from and we need to decide by tomorrow morning.  I'd appreciate your feedback
3. Tree with backlit (Howard Laxson)
 
remember that first impression for the recipient will be the right 1/2 of the picture (the front cover)
 
thanks for your quick feedback
 
Raymond Dueck

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I had voted earlier for #3, but that was before I saw #2. I definitely prefer #2. It's beautiful!

Martha

Anonymous said...

I really like the trees and sun reflecting off the water #2. Lil

Anonymous said...

My vote is 60% leaning toward > Tree with backlit by (Howard)
and a 40% lean to Trees and sun reflecting off water by (Jon)
greg

Anonymous said...

I like them both, although should Pluto be included on the cover? Probably prefer the Planets one.

Tamara

Anonymous said...

I like them all, Ray. I guess the trees would be more symbolic of life/living than the outer planets, but that is still an interesting cover too...

Tamara

Anonymous said...

I like #2 the best - then #1.

Marge

Anonymous said...

Probably to late for my vote (maybe Lil responded since I am out of town.) but I really like the tree backlit. Ernie

Anonymous said...

I like the #3 because has definison and strong symbolism found in the tree and it's roots.

The Gillon Family

Anonymous said...

I prefer the "Planets" cover. Fall leaves can be very beautiful, but to me they portray "death" rather than "life."

Martha

Anonymous said...

God being the creator of the universe, sun and Life on Earth which includes all living beauty including trees & water, The Planet cover certainly has an attraction to younger people, the Sun reflection on the water and foliage are a peacefull attraction to the older crowd, I guess only you know which crowd you belong to, but I think that we are trying to get the message out to the younger people to pick up the book. As to Pluto God created that heavenly body as well.

Jon Both said...

Sorry I forgot to sign my name

God being the creator of the universe, sun and Life on Earth which includes all living beauty including trees & water, The Planet cover certainly has an attraction to younger people, the Sun reflection on the water and foliage are a peacefull attraction to the older crowd, I guess only you know which crowd you belong to, but I think that we are trying to get the message out to the younger people to pick up the book. As to Pluto God created that heavenly body as well.

Jon Both