Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Four Seasons

Vee asked, "If you were going to create a set of notecards from those photographs used on your blog, which four would you choose?"




Since I like to take nature photos I would more than likely use some of them if I were going to make cards. I can see having a Four Seasons set and featuring one photo from each season.



SPRING


SUMMER




FALL




WINTER


25 comments:

Sue said...

Your four season of photos are so pretty.
Beautiful note cards they would make. I especially like the fall scene.Thank you for sharing.

Sue

Sandi McBride said...

Now how wonderful is this? And what memories your music is bringing back to me...I may never leave...the burden of my heart is rolling away!
Sandi

Miss Sandy said...

What beautiful seasonal inspiration! The one for autumn is my favorite, the lovely multi-colored kernel corn hanging is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Beth said...

oh, wow ... not sure ... i would say my favorite would be summer & fall. gorgeous photos. i love how so many are picking different photos from their blog for the note card link up party. so cool. happy to find you. take care. (:

Vee said...

Ohhhh...these are so nice. I love the little bird in winter, and the flowers are delightful, but there is something very special about the autumn one. This would make an exceptional set of note cards! Thank you for participating. ☺

Becky K. said...

I love the four seasons theme.
The Autumn one is my favorite followed by that sweet little bird.
Great job!!

Happy@Home said...

Your photos are all gorgeous and would look so nice on the front of a note card. I am particularly drawn to the autumn choice.
My first thought was to do one for each season too, but I wasn't thrilled with my winter choices. Your little birdie is perfect and so sweet.

Lisa~A Cottage To Me said...

Great photos....I really like the Indian corn and the bird choice!

Tammy @BeatriceBanks said...

What a great collection! I love your theme! Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl said...

Stunning photos, Kati...every one! Of course you know that, as an autumn girl, I am particularly drawn to the fall shot, but I do love them all.

You don't think I could be biased, do you...just because I am your mom? Noooooo...I don't think so. You are a great photographer!

Debbie said...

Love the four seasons theme. I wish I had the ability and talent to capture the kind of detail that you did, especially in the spring one. These are wonderful.

Angela said...

You picked a theme I wanted to go with, but I didn't have a definitive spring picture! I would say the fall one is my favorite, but the little bird in the snow is calling to me instead:) Great pictures!

Sally said...

LOVE the corn & pumpkins. Great shot. And that little bird with the snowy legs...awwwww. Great pictures, Kati!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Hands down...the corn!! Perfect fall notecard!!

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Kati. A great idea to choose the 4 seasons for your cards. I love the corn hanging to dry. Thanks for your sweet comment. Blessings, Pamela

Donna said...

What a lovely set! I especially love the photo of the colored dried corn!

Eve said...

I absolutely love your spring & fall shots! They're lovely! <3

eve @ essence of eve

Michele said...

Oh my! I would definitely buy all 4 as note cards!....The bird one was *really* sweet though. :o)

Betty said...

All beautiful photos. That one with the corn is really unique.

Loui♥ said...

how neat!!
love them all!!
Loui

bj said...

Love 'em all but the CORN...OH MY. :))

Patti said...

Love the corn and the bird!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Great pics! The little guy in the last one looks cold:@)

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Dear Kati,
Just hopping over from Vee's ~ love your photos ~ my favorite is the Fall one! Also, I'm now following you ~ ♥
Best,
Anne

Maple Lane said...

Hi Kati, so very nice to meet you through Vee's note card party. Lovely selection for your note cards. My favorite season is Autumn, and I love the Indian corn photo. I'm your latest follower. Hope you have a great weekend.