6 August 2007

Mosaic Monday

mosaic 6th August 2007

1. kers 1, 2. victory garden, 3. fringes, 4. ...Ladybird Traffic Jam..., 5. Dandelion, 6. baby feet, 7. Feet facing west 1, 8. *My Red Shoes, 9. Woof, 10. yellow1, 11. found, 12. Untitled, 13. Baby Kimono, 14. winter red, 15. wash day, 16. WIP AranciaBag - teia, 17. Bench, 18. Walking on Petals, 19. button wreath, 20. going somewhere, 21. 32 candles, 22. party time, 23. Laundry 1, 24. fluttery, 25. joining

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13 comments:

bec said...

Stunning.

I really want to give this a go, but without your eye (and Shula's for that matter) mine might have to be called "Try-hard Tuesday"!

daysgoby said...

These are so gorgeous!

(I use them as desktop wallpaper.)

bluemountainsmary said...

this makes me feel like spring is around the corner - all flowers and eggs and fluttering curtains - its really lovely. I have tried to do this but am complete technophobe. And loved the wedding post - as a lapsed catholic myself it is incredible how you can fall back into the standing sitting kneeling routine so easily. Mary

Em said...

gorgeous.

shula said...

Girl's on fire.

Born to spot Beautiful Things, you are.

Judi said...

Beautiful images...
Now you and shula can have dueling mosaic mondays!

RW said...

those are spectacular images!

Di said...

What a fabulous mosaic!! I love so many of these photos!! Thanks for sharing your finds!!

Isabelle said...

No, no, bluemountainsmary (gosh, that was hard to type without the spaces), spring can't be round the corner because this would mean that autumn was round the corner for us up the top of the globe, which would not be a good thing.

Love the baby crawling away and the ladybird traffic jam especially.

By the way, I am uncle-less, apart from one uncle by marriage who was in Pakistan working as a missionary at the time. (That wouldn't be very politically correct now, I don't suppose.)

Isabelle said...

.... I mean, of course, he was in Pakistan at the time of my wedding - this is in response to your previous post. Sorry for the incoherence.

MyUtopia said...

Mmm... the cherry looks yummy!

jorth said...

Purty!

Janet said...

I've got to have a crack at this one day too. Thanks for including my dahlias, I must remember to give some cuttings next time we meet if you still want them.

And I love the lace in the wind too...