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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Frosty Foggy Scenic Sunday with a bit of Blue Sky


Haiku Friday Sky Watch is in the next post


Near Interstate 5
Northern California ...
'frosty' scenes surround

a nifty lighthouse
under beautiful blue skies
with a few white clouds


Click to embiggen for better viewing ...
and for others participating in Scenic Sunday
and Mosaic Monday too ;-)

More photographs from
my sister ... 2005
RV traveling


I don't know how they
manage sharing this small space
but somehow they do

Multiple Variations ... added at 1pm on Sunday

These mosaics look
much the same until you click
to 'embiggen' them


Palette Knife


Accented Edges


Paint Daubs


Texurized


Invert

Click to embiggen for better viewing ...
and for others participating in Scenic Sunday
and Mosaic Monday too ;-)
See also my
Mellow Yellow - Mosaic - Blue Monday
at Small Reflections



Thought for Today
"The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway." Henry Boye

25 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful mosaic. I love the frosty look. It looks like you had a very heavy frost too. Great scenic photos.

Riet said...

Beautiful mosaic of love scenes. I like what you do with your pictures

ellen said...

better late than never. your visit is still a blessing Thank you and God bless

Stine in Ontario said...

Your mosaic is lovely, full of scenic views.

SandyCarlson said...

Those are absolutely gorgeous. Really beautiful and dreamy.

Martha's Favorites said...

I don't know how you keep up so many blogs. I lobe the pictures you posted for PS. Thank you for visiting my blog I too, will be back. Blessings, Martha

Mona Sweden said...

Lovely mosaic. I very much like the frosty scenes.

Icy BC said...

Wonderful mosaic for Scenic Sunday!

George said...

The pictures of the frost on the trees are beautiful. I like the lighthouse as well. This is a gorgeous mosaic.

christina said...

I love your pictures!!

podso said...

Nice! Interesting to see all the techniques side by side

Mary said...

Love those frosty, foggy scenes! Thanks for sharing your creative images at MM. :)

Shelia said...

Oh, you've been playing! I love it. beautiful mosaics!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

Very interesting.

I really like your first one.

If you have a moment would love you to stop by and give me your thoughts...

TTFN~~Claudia ♥ ♥

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Just lovely! Yep, we'vew been having lots of frost...tis the season ;~)
*hugs*deb

Maggie B said...

Great mosaic and very interesting to see how the different techniques can change the look.
Thanks for visiting Normandy today.
Maggie

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful mosaics, the bare trees look so dreamy. The textured effect is my favorite. Have a nice week!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful shots....

Dishesdone said...

Gorgeous views! Love the effects, they come out really interesting!

Linnea W said...

Frost is so photogenic especially on the bare trees! Nice shots. Stay warm! Thanks for visiting mine!

Carol said...

Love the different techniques!

ellen b. said...

What wonderful scenery in your mosaic. I really need to get out and see a lighthouse soon :0)

Ebie said...

The center photo of the light house is gorgeous! And I have been to the top of one, very steep!

Karen said...

That's really beautiful!

Carver said...

Beautiful frosty trees and lighthouse. Your collages are always so lovely and I like seeing the different effects.