2009-01-20

Photo Essay - Nature's Textures as Art














Images taken on my farm Maungaturoto Northland New Zealand

9 comments:

  1. Hi Liz.. love your photography especially the Pink water Lily.

    I love playing bowls it was a scorcher today 43c phhhhewwwww

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  2. Beautiful! I love the black and white photos of the water lily.

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  3. Hi Guys!

    Jeanette - 43c is HOT!!! Great you love bowls hot out there on the green though. Glad you liked the pink lily!

    Take care
    Liz

    Flor Larios Art - Hi Flor! Hope you had a great New Year and Christmas. The black and whites are my favourites too.

    Take care
    Liz

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  4. Bummer not all of your blog is downloading for me...however I can now comment, I sent you an email that someone sent me to help me with that prob so go check it out...anyway got to see the first 3 pics....LOVELY I reckon there isnt anything that you cannot do chickade! You really need to join the sunday stills I'm in...with your green summer pictures all sunny and bright you'll be the hit of the challenge! I was hoping to read the post before this one to..but no luck...I'll try again later!
    Hugz to the 3 of you hoomans and the rest of the critters, especially the terrorist (whom by the way needs to stop making mommy feel quilty and then getting those bottles cause mommy cant say no to cute! LOL We are just too much alike! Except you can draw wayyyyyyy better! LOL)

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  5. Hi, you got a nice blog in here. I like the photos. :)

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  6. Lovely pics Liz ! I drove through your part of our beautiful country this week ! I thought of you and wished I had been more organised and got your ph number before I left. My daughter, grandaughter and I drove up to Omapere for a family wedding. Stayed at a gorgeous place right on the beach and had the best of times.The Hokianga holds a very special place in my heart - we stopped and paid homage to the great Tane Mahuta and I made my daughter slow down to a crawl through Waipoua - not alot of traffic thank goodness.I will try and get some photos onto my blog Snippetts as soon as I get back to work.

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  7. Hi Rae!!!! Big hug to you and the hoomans and the animals!!! What a day!!! I'll be posting about that later...Blog visiting will be tmrw

    Love and big big hugs
    Liz

    Hi Grace, A big welcome to you and thanks for dropping in. Thanks for commenting. Drop in again soon love to hear from you

    Liz

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  8. Hi Ngaio!!! Don't you just LOVE Hokianga? I'm deeply in love with it. If you're up again send me an email. I'd love to meet you so would everyone here. I'll sort out putting your other blog in the side bar of mine. Great to hear from you and I'm so pleased you had such a wonderful time at Omapere.

    Big hug
    Liz

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  9. Beautiful Pictures! It's funny to see the textures you picked out, and that where I live they would be totally different because of the climate.

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