Sunday, March 6, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday...

1. DIPTYCH

2. BOOK...sweet bird made from vintage book pages that hang off white branches in my living room

3. FILL IN THE BLANKS...When I think about how {bare it} is in the {winter}, I just have to {wonder how much more they can see}.

4. A TASTE OF ITALY...never been, but this has an "Italy" feel to me

5. REMINDERS...of the season before us

Joining Ashley at Ramblings and Photos for her Scavenger Hunt Sunday - 5 different prompts, you own interpretations!

30 comments:

Marla said...

I love your shots... especially the Italy one. Beautiful.

Marla @ www.blueskiesphotoblog.com

Abi said...

Oh, every time I stop by your blog I'm enchanted by your photos :)

Robyn said...

Love the processing on your taste of Italy shot. And your reminder shot is really beautiful.

Linda R. said...

I just love everyone of your shots here.. I really can't even pick a favorite.. They are all great..

Phoenix Peacock said...

your photos make my heart sigh. i love visiting your hunts!

Heidi said...

You have a wonderful way of capturing nature!

Henrietta said...

I love your diptych. I have same kind of book shot but it is heart which I got one of my blog friends for christmas present, have you done that yourself, it is beautiful!?
Taste of Italy is also beautiful and I think that is picture which most people think that Italy is. I think people have too romantic vision of Italy, France and Spain (the whole Europe) because of movies. I have been in every country of those and can say there is beauty which we think but there is also unattractive things as everywhere else. The artesan ice cream of spain and italy is the best:)

AJ said...

These are so beautiful...they all have a vintage look. Love your book shot...so creative!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

These are so awesome, Julie! LOVE your take on book.

Sarah Halstead said...

Great photos. Love the first and lasts ones. Wonderful job.

Ashley Sisk said...

These are all beautiful but I especially love your first two shots. Great job!

Christina said...

Wonderful interpretations! Beautiful 'taste of Italy', and looking forward to spring here too!

Anonymous said...

Good job this week! "Italy" is a pretty one. Jane

Anika said...

Wowie Zowie! How beautiful is this post?! Beautiful images and I love the way you presented them all. Your diptych is so fragile, definitely my favorite but think these are all wonderful shots!

Kathleen said...

Absolutely wonderful shots - all of them!! LOVE your diptych and your Italy. Your fill-in-the-blank - so much fun!!

Aleks said...

fantastic shots!
i love all of them !!

deb duty said...

All of your shots this week are just beautiful. Love the bird you made from the vintage pages.

Tiffany said...

these shots are amazing. the close ups are magnificant and yay for reminders that it's almost spring. thanks for the kind words :-)!

misc.alaina said...

wonderful shots - especially the Italy one!

Jennifer said...

luv the diptych shot!!

Jenn said...

WOW! I love all of your shots! Wonderful job! I especially liked your diptych, Italy, and reminders!

Daogreer Earth Works said...

All of these photographs are gorgeous. Following you now.

flat yeast bread said...

Oh I love all of these! .......i'm trying, but i just can't pick a favorite.

Gretchen said...

These are WONDERFUL! LOVE your diptych and taste of Italy shot. Great work! =)

Anne U said...

These photos are absolutely beautiful. Great detail in the last shot.

Brooke said...

These are all amazing - every SINGLE one - loving all the nature ones. Come ON Spring :D

Barbara said...

Your images are always so beautiful... I love all of these, especially the bike shot, gorgeous!

Shannon said...

wow all of your shots are great! Love your work and wehave so much in common, esp the decorating our house on a budget (spray paint style) :) I'm a new follower! Thanks for the blog love!!

Natalie said...

So I LOVE your vintage paper bird! Awesome! Also your diptych is amazing! Your taste of Italy sure did make me think of italy, wish I would have thought up a shot as creative as that!

*Simply Colette* said...

Very pretty! Love your taste of Italy!