Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Three Little Crabapples

THREE

Three little crabapples on our tree . . .

Trying out Kim’s textures times three . . .

One little Texture called Granny’s Cupboard . . .

Applied to my little crabapples times two . . .

And Loveinlayers times one

Sorry, I’ll stick to my camera from now on . . .

Any type of poetry is way over my head.

 

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19 comments:

  1. How perfect.

    Love the color and texture!!

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  2. Lovely, romantic edit with textures.

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  3. oh this is beyond lovely..... really wonderful....

    thank you for linking up to Texture Tuesday! xxo, kim

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  4. the reds and greens together are gorgeous ... love!

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  5. Cute Becky---you creative thing, you!!!! Love the texture, the color --and yes--the poem..
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. How lovely! I love the water droplets on the crabapples.

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  7. Actually, I thought your poetry was quite good. But I do think your photos are even better.

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  8. Love the header and color scheme on your blog. Great shots.

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  9. Oh my, this is just beautiful!! I love your work...

    Thanks for dropping by.

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  10. Really love the color! Great job on this!

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  11. The texture edit is so beautiful, colors just pop up so much clearly.

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  12. Beautiful..... I love the colors and the simplicity!

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  13. Good Morning,I came over from Betsy's blog.I look forward to many more visits here.

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  14. Hello!!!
    I just hopped over from Betsy's blog and i love it here!

    And yes i do love crabapples!
    Leontien
    www.fourleafcloverdairy.blogspot.com

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  15. absolutely love how you have done these and love your new header too.

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