Saturday, January 2, 2010

a picture to inspire

Lately I find myself more and more on Flickr. I love to get some beautiful ideas there for pictures. Here's a few of my favorites. Few of you have asked me if I have a word for 2010. Yes I have: butterfly. Maybe to you it's weird. Kitsch. Cliche. But I have a reason for this word. I will share it and a layout on Monday together with a wonderful announcement! : ) I recently did a make over for Stephanie's blog and it was her new blog that inspired my favorites mosaic.



1. The healthy heart diet (365/160), 2. A cup of imaginary voyage (365/171), 3. Untitled (365/306), 4. Reading Is Fundamental, 5. Time Issues, 6. the devil's books, 7. 210/365, 8. Day 79 - f o c u s, 9. Love XOXO, 10. for a minute there, i lost myself, 11. Draw with Tea, 12. christmas is on its way, 13. like doll, 14. Attitude, 15. Mhhhh the sweetest candy cupcake from Crumbs., 16. Paris ~ Streets full of love & bokeh, 17. Cookie Splash Extreme, 18. Obligatory camel sign shot, 19. more Baobabs, 20. Ol' Blue Eyes, 21. Cookie splash! v2, 22. Foggy, 23. Please. Do Not Sneeze., 24. Lean On Me, 25. time to choose the right colours.., 26. dancing with light, 27. green party, 28. Bad Kitty!, 29. Tea Party, 30. Do you feel alive, she said, 31. Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.~Mother Theresa, 32. Fall in Love

peace and creativity!
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7 comments :

Stefanie said...

Hi Wilna,
I can't see your picture, there is a problem with it.
Love what you did with Staphanie's blog though.
Truly , surreally beautiful.

Stephanie Baxter said...

So happy with my new blog...you did such an amazing job :)

LizNess said...

I LOVE that butterfly is your word for the year -- such possibility!

HUGS and happy new year!

caro said...

Great word,Wilna! including the fun element it depicts. I too love the baobabs- just returned from that corner of our world. Am busy embroidering that tree onto my December daily album cover - Love the African-ness of this tree. Loving exploring the beauty of Christmas, in Africa. Happy flying, happy freedoms for 2010.
xxXX

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mamaayanna said...

How beautiful and inspiring! you are so creative! curious for the word explanation and am thinking for my own word.
Blessings to you and your family!

paul said...

great info on the diet industry's dirty little secrets!