Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Vee's Note Card Party - It's all about Colour!



For this month's card party, I debated between choosing snowy scenes and colourful ones. We've had no snow here, although I keep hoping. So colour won out. 
 





What are the colours in your world these days? Snowy white? Gray? Blue sky? How about indoors? 

Linking to Vee's Note Card Party

29 comments:

  1. Oh it's gray all over the place or blue and white.

    Love the colors...they made me smile immediately and smiling is a good thing.

    I also had to smile that you were the first to sign up, even though you are working. Everyone should have a chance to be first once in a while. (I finally got to be first at Mosaic Monday a few weeks ago. It was a blast.)

    Oh, yes, I do remember that there is a Mt. Washington on Vancouver Island because, on the post where I found the photo of Mt. Washington in winter and I also mentioned going shopping in Portland, people were quite confused about which side of the country I was on. ☺ Perhaps it was you! I'll have to go back and check.

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  2. I still have to get my act together and collect some photos from previous posts for the party. I like your theme of color. Maybe I'll choose a theme to narrow down the choices...
    Blessings.

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  3. Beautiful colorful photos, and Vee is so right just makes you smile, thanks for sharing.
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  4. Oh these are just gorgeous pictures! I love them all and the starfish is so neat with all the little dots on it. We have snow on the ground and some grass showing after the January thaw. The sky today was sunny and blue but we will have more snow tomorrow - our first in a couple of weeks. Blessings, Pamela

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  5. Gorgeous color! Love the starfish. The amazing sun on the citrus. Wonderful selections!

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  6. Lorrie, these are wonderful. I love color. And the chalk took me back immediately to my dad's set of chalk which we could use if we were very careful of them. Isn't it interesting how something like that can just leap one back to the past? Thanks for your sweet comments.

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  7. Pretty and bright colors. Great for note cards.

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  8. These are terrific! What a great idea.
    Each photo is so special it its own special way. What a great post.

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  9. Beautiful colors! The oranges would be a great still life painting:@)

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  10. Gorgeous photos. It has been so dismally gray and foggy and rainy the last few days, I needed a pop (or four) of color. xo

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  11. wow, i'm enjoying the color. thanks! great views. i've never seen a purple starfish before - my favorite color. love the tulips. these colors get the mind wandering ... i think it's time for an art project. ( :

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  12. Seeing as we live on the same Island we are getting the say weather....grey, the occasional snowflakes, with a few sunny days thrown in the mixture. My walls have become quite colourless as I dropped off 12 bright paintings off at Artzi Stuff (in Nanaimo Old City area). Your last blog posts are full of lovely colours and happenings. Enjoy the day.

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  13. These photos are such a lovely package of colour. I especially like the sunny oranges and the wonderful array of pastels.

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  14. Those vibrant colours are so very appealing during these grey days of a Vancouver winter. Lovely selections, Lorrie.

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  16. Very pretty colors :)

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  17. Thanks for choosing color!

    We've been all grey and gloom here, so your delightful photos are a bright spot!

    Love that purple star fish and the clementine's on the white plate...simple beauty!

    Deanna

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  18. Lorrie -- love the color. I went that route on my cards as well. [There hasn't been much snow in NEOhio this year, and I haven't captured the little that there was.] Have a lovely day! ~Sally

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  19. Oh, I do love seeing these glorious colors on such a gray day. (We have had rain for three days in a row.) Your photographs are beautiful!

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  20. Great choice for a theme! I love that tulip photo especially!

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  21. Beautiful! Color is so nice to see in Winter. It has been gray and dreary here for three days so some splashes of color are so wonderful to see. I love your picture of the flower.

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  22. I could swim in that tulip photo! Wouldn't it be fun to be lady bug sized for a day to go exploring flowers?

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  23. I love the colors, so pretty.

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  24. Gorgeous colour Lorrie and that red tulip is exquisite!
    Congratulations on being first - hasn't happened to me - yet!!!
    I would be waiting for snow too if I lived in your part of the world!
    I love the change of seasons - each one bringing it's own particular charm.
    I don't often get the chance to take snow photos as it never snows in Auckland where I am!

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  25. These notecards are wonderful in their simplicity and in the beautiful colours you've captured, Lorrrie.

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  26. I do love all these joyful colors.
    Great for note cards. :)

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  27. Such lovely colours and different photos. The starfish is particularly special. Colours here at the moment - white, white, white and grey, grey, grey above.

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  28. What a wonderful variety of subjects! I love everything about the first photograph because I immediately thought "still life." And the chalk definitely made me smile! Such a great infusion of color in my grey-skies week.

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