12 May 2015

Wordless Wednesday

Japanese Spring by Donna Mae Norris

My Life by Madeleine Bajracharya

50 Shades: Edna's Last Chapter by Edna Deppen

Misty Mountain Hop by Johanna Felberbaum

Misty Mountain Hop by Johanna Felberbaum

Just Playing Around with Colors and Grey by Rita Zassenhaus Dubow

Tour of Apple Valley by Carolyn Villars

#1031 Beginnings by Vickie VanKoten, Best Hand Workmanship

Urban Mountain, Urban Bear by Candace Weiss

Blue Bears

12 comments :

  1. Are these all yours Deborah? That one of " Lee Zard" - brilliant! What a tribute :) ... (at least I assume it's him, could be another one of your biking buddies) The bear is beautiful as well

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    1. No, Niahm, only the tiny bear in the last shot is mine. The rest are from the Denver National Quilt Festival. There were some realy beauties! I have enough photos to fill up about six more Wordless Wednesdays!

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  2. The bike and bear one really stand out indeed, the final bear has creepy eyes lol

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    1. Pat, you think, my bear's eyes are creepy?!? Aw, man! I think I'll go curl up in a corner and cry... (Just teasing!)

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  3. I really like those first few quilts, they look like computer graphics :)

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    1. It's amazing, some of the things quilters can pull of these days, Amanda!

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  4. Beautiful quilts! Creepy blue bear? Yes! You ought to see it roaming the house during the wee morning hours.

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    1. No fair, Lizard! These eyes don't glow in the dark!!! :)

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  5. I love these! The bear and bicycle are my favs. Just gorgeous! There is so much talent in all of the quilts. - side note: Are you aware that you are a no-reply-blogger?

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    1. Thanks, Katelyn! I have a ton more photos I still need to edit, and that's nice because I'll never run out of blog fodder. :)

      A couple of bloggers have pointed out I'm no-reply. I have not had time or internet access to hunt for settings or play around with what I currently have, and what I have seems to work fine for now.

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  6. So much amazing talent. These quilts just blow me away.

    LOVE the cycling one! :)

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    1. I agree on both counts, Sue. I'm a little intimidated right now because I have about 200 more quilt photos to edit and upload, and just looking at them kind of puts my quilting to shame! :)

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