Friday, February 26, 2010




"The splendor of the rose and the whiteness of
the lily do not rob the little violet of its scent
nor the daisy of its simple charm.
If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose,
spring would lose its loveliness."
Therese of Lisieux
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"It is always wise to stop wishing for things long enough to
enjoy the fragrance of those now flowering."
Patrice Gifford
~
This beautifully created mosaic was done by my uncle. It is a collection of all the colorful variety of flowers he captured with his camera, this past year.
Just think, in a few months this will be part of our daily scenery.
I think this year I will be more aware of flowers than I ever was. It has been a long, cold winter.



13 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your uncle made a wonderful flower mosaic, Judy! I also enjoyed the quotations you paired this photo with.

I agree that it has been a long cold winter. We had 19 more inches of snow last night and I spent many hours shoveling out my house, my Mom's house, and her elderly neighbor's house' My only consolation is that I felt I burned enough calories to eat a few cookies :-)

Jeane` said...

That is really neat how he did that!! You should learn how to do it with some of your photos too!

Brenda Leyland said...

Those collages are such a wonderful bouquet of sweet and fragrant memories.

Thanks for sharing!

gleenn said...

wow, i love what you uncle did. wonderful and creative :)

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Tracy said...

How beautiful! Flowers put a smile on my face and happiness in my heart. Those quotes are especially lovely, too. I keep watching the ground for the first hints of my daffodil & tulip stems sprouting...can't wait!

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

I think it's OK to wish for flowers when winter hangs on a little too long! How lovely to see so many flowers together in a mosaic bouquet.

We just arrived home from Vancouver...where the trees are blossoming and the daffodils and pansies are all blooming. The flowers are spring are so fresh...and so welcome.

Happy@Home said...

What a beautiful and colorful mosaic your uncle created. It sure is a welcome sight at this time of the year. Your quotes are perfect to go along with it.

Enjoy your weekend.

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Judy, what a gorgeous mosaic. Flowers.....don't you just love them? I have always said to see a flower is to look into God's face.

Barb ♥

lindsey said...

I cant wait for spring to come, we have snowdrops blooming and other bulbs just popping up in te garden.
I love your previous post, the containers look great with primroses in. I have a similar container for napkins which i have replaced with a diffeent one so maybe i could put some pots in it and some plants...good idea Judy, Thanks!

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Hi Judy,

What a beautiful saying and such stunning photos to go with it too! Thanks so much for bringing a touch of Spring to my winter that seems to be hanging around too long :)!!

Love and Blessings! Cynthia xox

Shelley said...

Looking at that mosaic made me even more hopeful for an early spring Judy! Beautiful!!!

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

Your uncle rocks!

We are a tad morose that our winter has been so mild. The east coast stole our winter I think. Now what ever will summer be like-too hot or too cool?

Charli and me said...

How absolutely beautiful! You have me wanting to bring out my bunnies. The sun is shining here and I can feel spring in the air even though we still have snow on the ground.

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