September 4, 2017

Late Summer Scenes


Good: The gardens at Glen Burnie in Winchester are still beautiful! I used Canva to combine these images. (Click on the collage to see it larger.)
Sharing with Mosaic Monday
Random: Seen from Belle Grove Road, Middletown, VA.
The Barn Collective
Fun: Young folks enjoy the fun house at the Shenandoah County Fair.


Monday Mural

14 comments:

  1. Fab collection of G,B & F images this week, Linda, who doesn't love a visit to the fun house and those crazy mirrors!
    Great to have you back with me again for MM this week.

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  2. ...Linda, I've also seen many barns with moody skies this year. My grandkids love the fun house at the fair, this one would be right up their alley. Thanks for sharing, have a great week.

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  3. Helo, pretty collage and images. I love all the flowers. The barn and sky shot is beautiful. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  4. The fun house was always a favorite as a kid

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  5. A fine barn for the barn collective. Nice one.

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  6. That looks like a very cool fun house. I really like the photo of the stone building and the single flower, it's positioned so well under the window.

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  7. Late summer is definitely still beautiful in your area! Lovely pictures all. I'll look into Canva ... your collage looks wonderful, especially enlarged. I use Picassa, but have heard Google is going to do away with it eventually.

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  8. Can't go wrong with a fun house. I remember taking my daughter through one and it was based on 2001 a Space Odyssey, dark inside with the music and popup aliens, it was weird.
    I'm going to check canva out, I like the way you did that collage. Very nice photos Linda.

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  9. Just love your mosaic, the barn looks good too, and fun houses are fun aren't they!

    All the best Jan

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  10. The mosaic is very pretty - in late summer we appreciate the blooms that are left very much.

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  11. This does look like fun. I'm especially fond of the ape in the suit and tie. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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