Pastel Mosaic

I’ve noticed some really nice mosaics on flickr lately, and thought I’d give it a whirl. These are four of my favorite “pastels” from some very talented photographers. Just click on the links under the collage and you’ll see their flickr pages.

If you’d like to make your own mosaic, go to bighugelabs.com and follow their instructions.

1. 144/365: Happy as the grass was green, 2. Winter light, 3. To make a rose not a cliché, 4. Winter Dance

I’m kind of missing the WordPress snowflakes. 🙂

Great weekend, everyone!

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Photography. With a little life thrown in.
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11 Responses to Pastel Mosaic

  1. Pretty pics!

    Did you get the snow last night/this morning? I heard that was WordPress.

  2. Caroline says:

    A very nice choice…Wouldn’t even know which one I prefer… The snow was nice… Are they ever doing other things during the seasons, like petals in spring…?

  3. mindymilburn says:

    Okay THAT is awesome!!! Each photo individually is gorgeous and together they are stunning! AWESOME AWESOME 🙂 Can you tell I really like this one? lol

  4. 36x37 says:

    Hopefully, you’ll see this as a compliment: These shots like straight out of Martha Stewart living. Gorgeous!

  5. flyinggma says:

    I photos and the quiet gentle tones. They look like they should be in a relaxing retreat somewhere. Just beautiful together and as they stand alone.

  6. flyinggma says:

    I “love” the photos and the quiet gentle tones. I’m guilty on not editing before posting 🙂

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