Sunday, May 17, 2009

Mosaic Monday



This Monday I'm taking part in a new meme hosted by Mary @ Little Red House


I've always admired mosiacs, and to be honest, I just always put it off since there is always some thing more pressing to work on. Thank you to Mary, for giving me a reason to put together a quick mosiac. I like Mary's shade of pink very much, and it gives me inspiration to get some pinks into my next mosiac. If you love peonies as much as I do, I have included some from last year's garden at Hamilton College. You will see how large the peonies are by finding my hand in one of the photos! If you have time, stop by Mary's blog to check out the other blogs that have posted their lovely mosiacs.

Thanks for stopping by!
Debbie@Mountain Breaths
Debbie@Mountain Breaths

THello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures! I especially love the peonies! Are these from your garden?

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  2. Oooo, Debbie, what a pretty mosaic! I have the same question as Carol -- are they from your garden?

    Thanks so much for joining the fun!

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  3. Beautiful flowers Debbie. It is so much fun to put mosaics together. Enjoy your week!

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  4. Gorgeous photos -- I love the birdhouse!!

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  5. Hi Carol! I wish those peonies were in my garden. I look forward to them every year, in the garden at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY.

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  6. Debbie ... I love the mosaic. Each pictures is beautiful by itself but together WOW....

    I'm glad that you had time to put together such a beautiful mosaic. I look forward to more. :)

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  7. What a gorgeous mosaic of flowers. Is that a giant hybiscus on the right...I see a hand...the flower looks HUGE...maybe it's just the angle of the picture. Beautiful...I can never get enough flowers.

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  8. What stunning flowers, and I absolutely love that you included a birdhouse in the bottom right corner! Thank you for sharing these beautiful images and Happy Mosaic Monday! ~Arleen

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  9. This is beautiful and I love peonies and miss the ones I left at our old house when we moved last October. I clicked on it to make it bigger and it's so pretty!

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  10. Simply breathtaking photos! I wish I could grow peonies like that. ☺ Diane

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  11. I love all your beautiful flowers and all the different colors!!! I had such a good time making mine. Isn't this fun?!!!

    Have a wonderful Mosaic Monday!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  12. oh I have to get some peonies for our garden, your flowers and the little birdhouse are beautiful, gorgeous mosaic, happy monday, Kathy.

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  13. Pretty pretty... and wow that flower, bigger than a hand! Fantastic photos!
    ~Really Rainey~

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  14. You just popped that together? Well, you've got a wonderful eye and have done a marvelous job. I'm getting mosaic envy. =D

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  15. This is my kind of meme - what a beautiful variety you have chosen for your mosiac it is just beautiful! The colors are awesome.

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  16. Beautiful flower and garden shots...this made a wonderful mosiac...

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  17. Beautiful mosaic...I love peonies as well. And I, too am glad Mary is doing this!

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  18. Beautiful mosaic, Debbie. I love peonies too!

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  19. The photos are beautiful - putting them in a mosaic makes it look so stunning!

    Great job Debbie!

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  20. Was just passing by...could not help but admire your Mosaic:)

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  21. I am intrigued by your soft pink bleeding hearts...of coarse the peonies are stunning

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  22. Your collage is gorgeous Debbie! I have lots of potential peonies right now! Can't wait til they open.

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  23. Hello Debbie! What a beautiful mosaic of flowers...
    I really enjoyed your header, too!!

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  24. What a beautiful bouquet of colors in your mosiac!

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