Click for Purple Passion Photo at Sacred Ruminations and
another T-13 today at Happily Retired Gal
Haiku Friday#139 & Sky Watch #53
13 Sky Photos
collaged using new techniques
I learned just this week
Each view included
captured during the past week ...
Find others participating in ... Thursday Thirteen
Haiku Friday, SkyWatch and Looking at the Sky this week.
I have long wondered
how to create a template
for a T-13
like the one above ...
thinking it might help create
collages to share
and perhaps it might
eventually ... but THIS
collage took me HOURS!!!
At least next time I'll
have the 'frame' set up and with
practice things may go
more quickly next time.
Using 'stroke outline' instead
of a 'beveled edge'
gives a different
look to this collage and it's
I just discovered that Harriet created a challenge for the Month of May so I'm adding this note to my most recent post. It's called ... the 1000 Comment Challenge and the logo looks like this:
Although most of my posts are photographs & collages with a bit of Haiku these days, I do visit as many blogs as time permits (often using Mr. Linky for various weekly memes) and always leave comments, so this challenge seems like fun. The unfortunate thing is that today is the 21st of May so there are just 10 days left to play. Since I 'track' the comments I leave as a general practice, tomorrow I'll be doing a count to see how close I am to the goal. Sometimes obsessive habits pay off ;--)
Of course like other bloggers, I enjoy comments on my blog.
If you want to participate in this Linky Love Challenge visit Harriet’s Blog. She's already created a very kewl trophy for the '1000 Comments Club' and plans to offer an award to those who reach 500 comments too.
5-24-09 addendum - Harriet's considering repeating the challenge for June ... so if you'd like to participate, drop by her blog and let her know. FYI -I just totaled my comments for the month so far and as of 8pm I've made 985 ... so I've just got 15 to reach the 1000 goal. How kewl is that?
"Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish." John Quincy Adams