Thursday, July 29, 2010

Always learning something NEW!

When I saw Jen’s post at Muddy Boot Dreams, I read her comment as well! And learned something new! 

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I use Windows Live Writer for all of my posts but I have never put Reflections (under Borders) on my photos! WOW! Photos from the Asheville Arboretum!  How pretty is THIS!

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I wanted to show my pretty hydrangeas on my coffee table.

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They are just about finished and their blooms are starting to dry out but hubby cut some and I am going to enjoy them!

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I put them in a piece of pottery that we bought at Sea Grove!

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And a few of the small blooms in this vase…

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I have mentioned artists that inspire me and I hope everyone will visit Diane at Diane Knott's Musings to enter their giveaway and visit their new shop Cottage by the Pond !

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Here’s what hubby is doing this afternoon…..

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standing on the balcony watching this airplane!

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Have a wonderful day!

15 comments:

Stacey said...

My hubby would be doing the same thing - watching that airplane. Men do that, don't they?

It's so neat that you are learning the Windows Live Writer tricks. I like the large pictures but have to admit that I don't have the patience to sit and figure it all out. Oh well, I'll be old school. :)

Your hydrangeas are beautiful!

Vee said...

I used Windows Live Writer once and remember liking it, but don't know why I stopped. That is a very pretty effect for your photos. There's so much to learn in Blogdom!

Melanie said...

How beautiful! Isn't God's creation just amazing?! Thank you for sharing!

btw, I'm having a giveaway on my blog!

Melanie
~ melscoffeebreak.blogspot.com ~

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

You did a great job, I love the way the colors are muted in the reflection. WLW is a fun program.

Your hydrangeas that you cut are so crisp, and full still. I am afraid that ours are a little shriveled from not enough water.

Jen

Dianne said...

Your hydrangeas are gorgeous!

KarenHarveyCox said...

I love the way your photos came out with the reflection. Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers, and they look stunning on your table. I will follow those links.

Karen

Manuela@TPOH said...

Beautiful blooms! Most of mine have dried up from all this heat we're having. The reflections thing is neat. I'll have to give it a try.

Manuela

bj said...

OMGoodness, these flowers are so so pretty. I love your photos, too.
I've never used the Live Writer...someday I will try to figure it out. :)
xo bj

cynthia lee designs said...

Your hydrangeas are so pretty!! Mine are about done also. I'm going to cut and dry some...then put them in one of my white pitchers.
~Cindy~
cynthialeedesigns.wordpress.com

Itch2stitch.com said...

Oooh I like that photo effect! Aren't hydrangeas lovely, I am just about to plant one in our front garden, hope it takes ok! Have a lovely weekend! Susie xxx

Kelee Katillac said...

LOVE your hydrangeas!!!!!!! Te colors and mix are amazing. They are soooo profuse. Ours are skimpy. Any tips?


Have a great weekend!

love, kelee

Completely Coastal + Daily Vitamin Sea said...

The colors of the hydrangeas just never cease to amaze me -just gorgeous!

The Painted Garden said...

Hi Diane,

Oh goodness - I love what you did using windows writer. Your hygrangeas are beautiful and just waiting for you to paint. Give them a try.

Have a wonderful week.
Blessings,
Ein

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Those hydrangeas are beautiful. Hydrangeas are going to play a big part of Sara's upcoming wedding. We're using them in all her centerpieces. : )
Have a good weekend.
M.L.

Becky said...

I love hydrangeas.They look lovely on the table as well.