Sunday, July 11, 2010

Just Playing Around With Picasa Collages…aka “A Metamorphic Mosaic”

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I thought the ice would cool you off a bit…surrounded by some beautiful color…

 

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The Fuchsia blooms remind me of ballerinas with hot pink tutus…and icy silver toe shoes…

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Sorry if I bored you with the same photos in different arrangements…it was fun though…

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I was recently captivated by this little plant…it is a Black Lace Elderberry…

seems innocent enough in the above shot…wait for the close-up…

 

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Isn’t it a beauty???

Mary at Little Red House for Mosaic Monday


Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday

Outdoor Wednesday Post for Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer’s Home…

Wednesday Gratitude @ Heart and Home

25 comments:

  1. Hi Becky! Yes, those beautiful mosaics did the trick - I'm cooler already! :) You've played beautifully! Love your photos always and the plant is gorgeous.
    Hope you've had a great weekend,
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. Hey I love Picasa collage..I just created my header with it..yours are beautiful! Is that a bleeding heart hanging plant? I have one too and love it. JenT

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  3. Love the collages, so pretty and such vibrant colors. Gorgeous!

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  4. Those are wonderful mosaics, the photography is great!:)

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  5. Tutus - yes! Such pretty colors!

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  6. Your photography is amazing! I love floral shots and yours made me feel like I was in the garden. Love your sunflower pics as well! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  7. Cool idea! Thanks for trying to cool me off. :)

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  8. Oh, sugar! Your fuchsia is to die for! I love them ... all your pics are fabulous.
    Have a beautiful Monday.
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  9. Beautiful mosaics---and that Black Lace Elderberry is fabulous... Did you see the macros of our semps this week?? You probably did. BUT--they look so pretty close-up like the Elderberry.

    Have a good week, Becky.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Hahaha, I think your "we blog for comments" is totally funny but true. I am glad you had fun playing with the arrangements, I know how it can get carried away...:-)

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  11. love the mosaics -- I need to learn how to do that, it does look fun. Wishing you a great week ahead.

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  12. Such pretty flowers! I liked the ice the best. We're trying to stay cool here.

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  13. Oooo Becky love your mosaics! And thank you for the ice -- I really needed that! lol Thanks for sharing your beautiful images at MM. :)

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  14. Pretty mosaic. I could use some ice cubes too:-)
    Joyce

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  15. Oh Becky, your photography is outstanding,..... and your flower subjects are so beautiful!!!

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    Thanks

    <3 Jess

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  17. I actually shivered when I looked at the icy photo. How funny is that?

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  18. The fuchsias are bright and pretty! Love them. I have not tried picassa yet, but it does have so many effects!

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  19. Love the mosaics. Miss the fuchsias. My mother always had a lot of them in her greenhouse.

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  20. I really like your Picasa collages. I've made them as well and it is fun to play with.

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  21. I just started using Picasa a few weeks ago and I'm hooked. I love making the collages also. Great photos. Love the color of the fuschia.

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  22. What gorgeous colors! Have a good rest of the week :)

    Hood Photo Blog

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  23. Enjoyed seeing your collage.
    Joyce M

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