Weekly Winners

That Way

Forgotten

The Garden Gate


Ahh, November


Hinged


Twins


Inquisitive


Seen


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17 comments:

Chelsie said...

Those are just some amazing pictures!

Tara R. said...

Lovely set! I really like the first two, the composition is wonderful.

WackyMummy said...

Great set! Love the "forgotten" one the best. =)

secret agent mama said...

Absolutely wonderful!!

You should come and enter my give-a-way for a chance to win a big print of your work!

Danifred said...

Love the garden gate... beautiful :)

Jac @ Wuzzle Makes Three said...

Beautiful photographs!

I love the "Forgotten" it reminds me of my Grandfather and all the time I spent on the farm with him.

Sarah said...

I cant even tell you which picture is my favorite..I love them all! I do love the "Twins" shot...it's so unique...but the eyeball definitely made me giggle (and get a little creeped out!!)

Heather said...

great shots...the last one really creeped me out though and I have no idea why...LOL

Jeanette Verster said...

That last one is brilliant!

HalfAsstic.com said...

Those are beautiful! I love the garden gate and black-eyed susans!

Mrs4444 said...

I like your titles as much as the photos :) But my fave is the second one; I wonder what that thing is!

Cassandra Rae said...

I really love your photo titles! I'm always so stumped about what to name my photos

just jamie said...

Gorgeous.

Andrea Baker said...

The forgotten shot is beautiful! I'm always drawn to shots like that. They really speak to me. Thank you so much for sharing all your weekly winners!

the planet of janet said...

love the first two ... but the eyeball speaks to me in a weird 12-year-old boy sort of way.

well. except eyeballs don't speak. they look. or something.

caramama said...

Fantastic!

It's usually the shots of your kids and dogs that I love, but I absolutely adore this whole set of pics. Very artistic.

Michelle said...

Very fun! I love the hinge. And the arrow thingie with the flowers -- especially with the flowers seeming to have their own path that your eye wants to follow.