Sunday, May 2, 2010

Do You See What I See?

Random recent photos ...

an abandoned church in Whaleysville, Maryland


General Store/Garden Center as you are entering Snow Hill, Maryland


A bloom from the snowball bush in my yard ...


little blue flowers peeking up in my yard ....


Butterfly on my Azalias .....


Abandoned house in Snow Hill, with a Fairy of Memories standing guard

(click on photos to enlarge for better detail)

6 comments:

Betty May 3, 2010 at 4:12 AM  

Frances I really love these edited pictures. So beautiful.

Bren May 3, 2010 at 4:55 AM  

Once again simply arresting photos. I love the variations of finishes you used on each one and I can't pick a favourite. Love the college effect you did on the last one. When I look at your pictures I keep thinking oh boy would that ever make a great collage element :-)

PS: my sister wants you to know she checked out your work all the time and loves what you're doing and appreciates your encouragements on her blog. She's so busy with work & life she has no time to let you know so I told her I'd tell you.

Bonnie May 3, 2010 at 7:08 AM  

Oh I would have loved to visit that old church!! Adore the atmosphere you created in your Abandoned house photo. Fairy memories!!

Such a delight Frances, thank you!!

You know I LOVE the flowers and butterfly shots. Have you thought about having any of your work printed to hang in your house?

Have a beautiful Monday!!

Anonymous,  May 4, 2010 at 7:46 PM  

...well Frances, as always, you have me shaking my head again in awe!! exquisite photos and editing!! your work continues to move me....really love the Snow Hill General Store...and the chickens for Ann on you 365 site...
always a pleasure to peruse your works of art!!
take care....linda, mom4ever

bonnie May 15, 2010 at 12:22 PM  

The store in Snow Hill reminds me of when there was several wonderful businesses there to attract us. The Opera House Antique Store; then there was another 1 or 2 other antique stores that I don't remember.
The Cannery was next to this red general store; and we even spend time at this General Store when they would have plants & flowers for sale. I remember buying one plant ( a summer hibscus, I think) and it "came back" year after year for at last least 5 years.
I know things have to change BUT I could do with a LESS change when the changes take away all our favorite places....sister junebug

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