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Along the Tracks

 

Along the tracks mosaic

The other evening I said to my husband did he want to keep me company while I went down the road to take a few pictures.   He said he would come along for the ride and off we went. I had noticed on my way back from having my 6 week cut and colour done that there was lots of Queen Anne”s Lace and other wild flowers growing in the ditch next to the rail track.  I thought it might make a nice mosaic for today.   I did not bring along the tripod  and there was a slight breeze so I had fun trying to get the focus correct.   I am using a template that I have used before from Isobelle LaFrance.   I like that it looks like a bunch of snap shots that you might take on vacation.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Stop by for a visit.   Have a great week.

 

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Comments

Pondside said…
What a nice collection you've made. I like the shot of the tracks - it would make the sort of card that would have meaning for many occasions.
Happy Sunday!
Beth said…
I like your mosaic, Valerie! Have a great week!
Beth
The train tracks are perfect in Black and white! And you always get such sharp close ups of flowers! Very nice mosaic!
Vee said…
The Queen Anne's Lace and Brown-eyed Susans are all blooming here along the roadsides as well. How interesting that they are blooming there, too. I like this sort of a mosaic. It's free and easy like a summer day.
GrandmaK said…
Nicely done! Beautiful pictures!! Cathy
Wonderful mosaic. It looks like a beautiful walk.
Yael Ben-Ari said…
The wildflowers you have for your mosaic are lovely. I really liked the way you combined them too.

Yael from Home Garden Diggers
You captures some beautiful scenery. Who says it has to be green and lush to be beautiful?! That photo of the tracks is lovely.
Pat, via MM
Heather said…
Another great selection to add to your portfolio, Valerie.

Love the Queen Anne's Lace - it's always been one of my favorite wildflowers and I've always wanted some in my garden - but I resist knowing how invasive they are.

Have a good day.
So glad you told us what you used for that mosaic. Makes a grand presentation. I love Queen Anne's Lace.
QMM
Kim, USA said…
Love how you make your mosaic. And yes the flowers are beautiful so nice to be always summer. ^_^


Kim,USA
Lorrie Orr said…
I love both the subject matter and the presentation - well done mosaic, Val.
Beautiful! I love using this lay-out, too!
The Queen Anne's Lace is abundant here in Va. this year.
Blessings, Audrey
Riet said…
That is a lovely snap shot mosaic.
Brenda said…
WOW! Lovely lovely photos!! Most people would LOVE to be able to take fabulous photos like that when they are on vacation! Great mosaics!
Have a lovely day!
Brenda
Leslie's Garden said…
Love your mosaic! And how nice for your husband to accompany you, what a nice outing! I like the train track.
Bernie H said…
It's a lovely collection of shots. What beautiful finds!
This is a beautiful arrangement of wildflowers, Valerie! I also like this mosaic pattern ..very pretty!
A very lovely mosaic shared and I do hope that you enjoy the rest of your week. Take care~

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