Sunday, June 10, 2012

Silent Sunday: Botanica at night or . . .

what happens when your photo storage server goes down and you have to rely on Blogger.

10 thoughtful remarks:

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...ooo I bet those stars looked magical, there's nothing quite like the natural world around us to bring a smile of awe & amazement, simply wonderful!...I'm still in the dark ages Elizabeth when it comes to computers so cannot help on this occassion...have a super day & Bleubeard too...Mel :)

Halle said...

Funny! Well not so much for you...but funny post anyway. :)

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Your day trip in the previous post looked like it was a lot of fun. So much amazing artwork to be seen. But the photo in this image doesn't look too promising. Hope you get it sorted out. Best wishes, Tammy

sandee said...

LOL, you are too funny! :;snortz;; waving hi from the rainy, cloudy, chilly hills of North Carolina :)

Doone said...

that is a very black square

it will teach you to rely on something proven unreliable

which also proves how forgiving and optimistic you are - to your core.

sandee said...

Hey, just dawned on me, when is Lesson 10 going up? :)

~*~Patty S said...

Computers and programs are wonderful when they are working probably...
and can't be absolutely maddening when things don't go as they should!

hope things get cleared up for you E
oxo

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Wowza, look at all this good stuff. I love especially your work table paper and what you have done with it and your curled open windows with the moon shining through. Good stuff. xox

Rita said...

I couldn't see anything until I clicked to enlarge--and then I saw the stars! Nice! :)

see you there! said...

Another tutorial packed full of information, you put so much effort into these. I was really struck by your use of words to create those Aspen trees. As for glue - while I don't care about the archival issue I do hold my breath when I use a glue stick because over time I have had it un-stick. I don't have a better solution for wrinkle free pages tho.

Appreciate the info and inspiration as always!

Darla