Introducing leggings. You’ll never run out of inspiration.
Redbubble posters are a lot like space travel.
In that they're completely brilliant, however unlike space travel they're quite sensibly priced.
They are a handy way to make very dull walls, ceilings and spaceships look infinitely better.
Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame one above the mantlepiece.
They're adaptable, efficient and bold and really it's amazing you've managed to go so long without picking one up.
They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0. This includes a 5mm white border
to assist in framing.
Driving along “The Tulip Routes” in the Skagit Valley, Washington, tulips adorn farm home gardens, motorway round-a-bouts, fields, and along the little town lanes and shops. USA.
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DEDICATING these works to my Chaps “son”-in-law and his little family. He is deployed. Please pray for all those in harms way and their families.
FOR THE FIRST TIME in my life, I have the luxury of time to fulfill my lifetime dream of pursuing artistic expression. Here’s to finding creativity, fulfillment, beauty, and joy in each new day!
Love the pov
Thank you Chris!
Wonderful photo of my favorite flower,,,,I love it.
Thank you for taking a look, your comments are wonderful and thanks for the FAVE!
Wow!!!! Stunning garden and lovely point of view and light!!!!
What amazing comments! And thanks for the FAVE!
You sure get around to the best places!! Gorgeous capture!! xoxoxoxoxox
Thanks, Shar, I’ve been a homebody all winter. This is my coming out retreat! I think I’ll make it an annual April tiptoe through the tulips! LOL! Just love your comments!
A beautifully composed picture! I love the angle and lighting, as well as the bold primary colours! Did you use a tripod, Maggie?
Thank you for the beautiful comments! I have a very tottery one given to my husband from his uncle’s effects, probably from the 1940’s or 50’s. I forgot it when I dashed out the door. I have trouble carrying things, getting up and down. I read one of the photographer’s profiles that mentioned his trademark in the community being his home-modified tripod! Tori Rule suggested one to me. I really must invest in a good one, and appreciate your input.
Maggie, I have one too, but every time I used it, I ended up with a pain either in my neck or my back, so unless it is an indoor shot, I just take hand held pictures. I would have a higher ratio of good shots, if I did use one, of course, but lugging the thing around would take all the pleasure out of photography for me, as I have problems with my back, hips and knees and will eventually need joint replacement surgery for all of them. If I were using film, I could see the point, as it is expensive to buy, develop and print, but with digital, you can just delete your less successful shots and it costs nothing, so why suffer? The reason I asked was that it was such a perfect shot that I figured you must have used a tripod. Kind regards, Kathryn
Oh, wow, Kathryn! Thanks for the note, understanding, I feel much the same as you re: toting a tripod, but I will try for some shots…first I have to learn to use the new camera which weighs more than my little Fujii FinePix bridge Camera. Thanks for all the lovely comments. Someone told me aging is just not for wimps. The thing is, we all age! LOL! So nice to meet you, Dear Friend!
Oh, I am amazed and delighted that “April Tulip Gardens” has been featured in Pacific NW! Thank you, such an honor!
Congratulations – 13th May, 2014 – Shirley & Jean
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