Short and sweet and yet so long ;)
Many of you leave comments for which I am forever grateful.
Many of those comments speak of the work that goes into each mosaic.
This blog, the images, are my pride and joy to share.
I take the photographs, place them in Picasa folders and then when I have free time, usually after dinner in the evenings, I begin the long process.
I edit each and every photo, over 72,000 have been edited so far.
Then I decide which images to delete...you have to see the finished photo before you can delete it and I can delete over 10,000 images in a day...ha I did it once and it took forever to empty my recycle bin!
Then I decide on which images to place into the mosaics and I am very colour sensitive, and have to use like minded colours on the same post...however bad that sounds, it almost always looks nice together...right ;)
Then it is which if any images go solo.
With so many edited images that I like, it is very difficult to choose just one, and so I love thus use of mosaics.
All of this being stated, I have way too many drafts in the cache and I am going to need to publish 2 posts into my favorite memes this week.
I may have to do this for a couple of weeks, as I will want to share my vacation journey for the end of September.
Can you believe that Summer is nearly over!!!
I know it willbe a lot to ask, but I would really love and appreciate your taking the time to view each post for this week.
Have a great weekend and a marvelous week.
Thank each and everyone of you for making this joy of sharing life such a pleasure~
Remember to double click on the first image, to view a larger slide show presentation after you have read the narratives~
I will be linking up with Judith for:
Wild Bird Wednesday
Belladonna Lilies also known in many states as Naked Ladies ;)
Early morning take off of a Red-tailed Hawk~
Redfox Squirrels tend to be more out in the rural area, even than where I live~
A Gray Squirrel hanging from a Dogwood Tree and eating the berries~
Hi there Skipper ;) How ya doing...
I was on my way home for the day and saw two American Kestrels at the top of a distant tree~