Thursday, August 26, 2010

Sketches In Thyme - sketch

Hi, this month we are doing sketches by the very talented Helen Croft. Make sure to stop by Sketches in Thyme to check out the sketch & the great prize for this month.
Those of you who know me, know I love to drive around  VT & NH getting pics of old barns & covered bridges. These photos were taken in  Windsor, VT/ Cornish, NH towns right next to my town . This one happens to be the longest wooden covered bridge in the world.


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9 comments:

Tanya R said...

Your papers and their placement add a "feel" to those wonderful photos you have used. I really like this one, thanks for the inspiration today.
hugs
Tanya

Brenda said...

Pat, this is really a gorgeous layout! I like taking picture of old barns, too! They are full of such character!!

Dawn said...

Love the pictures of old barns and farms especially. Adds such charm and you always do such a wonderful job with any layouts and pictures. Hope your trip was a good one.

Jocelyn said...

Oh Pat...I love this LO...the colors go so well with the pics...Oh the pics....I would love to have some of them to frame and put up on my walls downstairs...I adore the old bridges and barns!!!! Barns are just awesome!!!

Wishing you a great day!!! :-)

Fern said...

Pat, another beautiful nature layout!! The papers go perfect with these fabulous photos!! Love your embellies!! Have a wonderful day! Hugs!!

Cindy said...

Great page! Love the inked edges of the diecut and the flowers are great! The front of that bridge is very unusual! Love the journaling!

Debbie said...

Gorgeous layout Pat! Love your pictures! Wish I had those types of things here in Maryland to photograph.

Creative Genealogy Scrapbooking said...

Amazing. Thanks for sharing that with us. I really like how you did the edges of the doily.
- Rowena

Wanda said...

Pat this is gorgeous! That seems to be my favorite word whenever I see your work but if the shoe fits and it certantly does here! What a cool bridge!!! Love the lacey old feel of this! The colors..wow!!