Sunday, September 12, 2010

~~Mosaic Monday~~


May the wings of the butterfly kiss the sun
And find your shoulder to light on,
To bring you luck, happiness and riches
Today, tomorrow and beyond.

~Irish Blessing

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This weekend we visited the gardens of some very dear people who allowed me to take pictures in their gardens.  This is the just a sample of the beauty I found there in.

~~~^j^~~~
Thanks be to God!!!

Visit Mary at The Little Red House and share in the beauty offered there.   Lisa at  Macro Monday  also has much to offer.  The pictures are grand.

I would also like to remind you that Wednesday is Adventure Tour Express.  Be thinking about the adventure you would like to share on our journey together!

31 comments:

  1. How beautiful and what a great job you did creating your mosaic!!
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  2. Beautiful photos and I love your mosaic. I am so limited in my little program I use. I just noticed today my clamatis is enjoying this sunny cooler weather.
    QMM

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  3. These are beautiful butterflies, and flowers!

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  4. Love the butterflies! We seemed to have had more this summer than I can remember in years past~

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  5. Beautiful. I love the brick background in contrast with the photos. Great job.

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  6. What a lovely quote for beautiful pictures. Great mosaic.

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  7. Such beautiful butterflies on the sedum. Very, very pretty and I like how you placed your photos on that background, too.

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  8. Such beautiful shots and artistic mosaic. I have to learn how to create one of those.

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  9. Beautiful garden and butterflies ... I could sit and watch all day!

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  10. Butterflies are my very favorite little creatures. You have captured some lovely images of them!
    I didn't know they liked sedum so well so tomorrow I'm going outside and stalk out my sedum plant for awhile. :)

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  11. That must be a beautiful garden! The butterflies are awesome!

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  12. I love your ceative mosaic just as those butterflies love the flowers. It's beautiful.

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  13. Lovely mosaic and verse.Butterflies have been in short supply here in Surrey,UK this year.
    Have a great week, Jackie in UK

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  14. Wow....oh wow!!! So very pretty. And you've captured perfection. Such a lovely color. I really enjoyed this.

    Thanks for stopping by! Hope your Monday will treat you well.

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  15. Love the mosaic, butterflies, and Irish blessing. Happy Monday!

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  16. I love butterflies, and these are really beautiful! Have a wonderful Monday!

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  17. Beautiful pictures of the butterflies and flowers! What blessings we are given in nature all around us, when we take the time to look!

    Have a wonderful day, Cathy!

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  18. Wow ! So many butterflies you manage to capture on one of the pictures in the mosaic !
    Beutiful they are !!!

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  19. Lovely collection of butterflies.

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  20. I love the background you used for your mosaic, Cathy. It's amazing how you were able to capture these wonderful butterflies. I've never been to a butterfly garden although I think there is one run by the county here. I should go check it out... I liked your blessing too. The Irish have an abundance of them, don't they? My FIL toasted us with one at our wedding dinner. It was lovely.
    ~ Sue

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  21. Oh I LOVE the Irish blessings, but also must compliment you on your mosaic! AND that you took the most beautiful photographs!

    Blessings,
    Abbey ♥

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  22. This is such a pretty mosaic, Cathy! I like the brick path background.

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  23. Fina foton på fjärilarna. Lite annorlunda för mig. Tack för den fina musiken. Anita. Sweden

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  24. Beautiful garden! Such a pretty mosaic!

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  25. I like this mosaic! Well done!

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  26. The black butterflies are amazing!

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