Wow...thank you all so much for the such warm and kind response to my 'one year' post!!!
I actually did a secret 'pull-the-name-out-of-the-hat' for everyone who commented and the winner is....Shari!! So a little present is on the way to you..

Im continuing with the quiet after last weeks colour week with a couple of inspiration links...the first one.. talia greene - her beautiful sensitive studies are so stunning and encapturing...



the second link is mia friedrichart - again her amazing close-up photographs capture the tiny details of nature...little secrets - Beautiful!!!

Have a great week everyone!!

10 Comments:

  1. stephanie s said...
    thank you so much for the beautiful links. enjoy your quiet.
    cruststation said...
    Love the beautiful links, especially Talia's. Quiet over here too :)
    Denise said...
    These links really are beautiful.
    soph said...
    hmmm this looks suspiciously like white monday to me ;) are you starting something?
    lisa s said...
    funny ... talia and i were in grad school together. she was 1 year ahead of me... she's very sweet!

    mia's work looks like whole other worlds....
    Uschi said...
    this is very beautiful art to me. As you say: soft and quiet. And it is soul-lifting and enlightening, too.
    risa said...
    hi julie!!!
    i missed you.
    i'm sorry i missed your one year anniversary. happy anniversary a little late!
    and how exciting that you are going to have bloggy visitors!!!
    big bug hugs!
    amisha said...
    what beautiful and inspirational work... thank you so much for these links! a little oasis of peace and beauty.
    kelly said...
    hello! glad that you're enjoying quiet times : )

    nice to visit your links...i love the patterns in particular by talia greene. beautiful in the bus shelter!

    xxx
    simple me said...
    I like mia friedrichart's work. I'm always very curious for what we cannot see well.
    This remind me that one of my teachers once got a microscope and observed several tiny bits of things to get inspiration for her ceramic work. You inspiration can be hidden in many places. :)
    Have a great week!

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