Monday, October 8, 2012

Images of Autumn

Both new and older photos of autumn scenes have been the focus of several new pages. First below are wild flowers called New England Asters that I love. They are also popular with bees and butterflies. Second is a picture of a dead tree that was apparently split down the middle, the two parts falling opposite one another, with the middle now home to a vine, its leaves turning color. Last is a beautiful scene from two years ago.

Designer Credits:
-template: October CopyCat Challenge template by Elisa (EHStudios) based on "Accrobranche" by Dumpty 
-papers: Oscraps Collab nOvel
-swirl: Blessed Blooms by Danielle Young
-dragonfly: Serendipity by Jennifer Labre
fonts: Ultima Campagnoli, USA Light

Designer Credits:
Anna Lift of ‘.F.A.L.L.‘ by Guinevere 
by Anna Aspnes:
-paper, transfer (one as photo mask), frame, tree: ArtPlay Palette Family
-word art: WordTransfers Life No. 1
-stitching: StraightLine Stitched White No. 3
-dried flower (blended): APP Bask
& red leaf: Zen & the Art of: All Hallows Eve by Maya de Groot
fonts: Dry Goods Antique JL, Pristina, Southern

Designer Credits:
all Anna Aspnes
-paper, transfer: ArtPlay Palette Bask
-brush as photo mask: APP Salty Living
-frame: APP No. 10
-twig sketch, bead: APP Barren Sunrise
-doodle: APP Sophistica
-leaves: GoldLeaves No. 1
-stitching: KrissKross Stitched Overlays No. 1
fonts: Vengeance, Vogue

1 comment:

  1. Ah...these lovely pages show the more appealing side of autumn. I love the asters which look so like the Michaelmas daisies which are at present the only splash of colour in my otherwise dreary garden. The hopeful little dragonfly is a reminder of summer and the dead tree is rather a poignant reminder that nature always wins in the end. As for the glorious colours in the beautiful tree scene, I feel I could bask in their warmth on this cold and dismal autumn day. Thank you for brightening my spirits.