A Pick-me-up reward

Once more Scott Thomas has completed his assignment, with a detailed recap mentioning all of us who were attempting. Well done! It is almost as interesting to read this, as it is to see the photos. You should definately have some kind of reward…how could this be made…

When I visited Scott´s blog yesterday, I red that he appreciated a good “pick-me-up” these days. Very well, i´ll make one for you. Here it is,  a mosaic of the increasing sunlight.

Thank´s for a fun assignment, – and the recap.

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21 comments so far

  1. Scott Thomas Photography on

    Thank you, Birgitte!!! 😀 I am thrilled and touched you would do this for me.

  2. giiid on

    Don´t worry. As we do not use this frase, -to be picked- up in Danish, I´ll expect it for most unlikely that anyone (here at least) will misunderstand. Actualy I think it sounds pretty good.
    I´m glad it worked. 🙂

  3. isathreadsoflife on

    This mosaic of light is absolutely Fabulous ! and thoughtful. What a patchwork it would make 😉 Well done, giiid !

  4. milkayphoto on

    Cool mosaic of images – you have an excellent eye for putting these together!

  5. giiid on

    Isa and Tracy, thank you. I apreciate your nice comments.

  6. pearlz on

    (: that’s a lovely idea (:

    • giiid on

      We are longing for the sun, and love to see signs of it´s comming. Sunlight can be a true pick-upér. I suppose you have a slightly different view on this, living in Australia? 🙂

  7. Maggie on

    I agree with Scott, this is amazing. It definitely caught my attention. Looks like it took you a long time, but definitely worth it.

    • giiid on

      Hi Maggie. I am glad to know that you was noticing this mosaic. Thank you for your compliment. Making a mosaic like this is being in a timeless zone. It is apparently the same as modern times are calling “flow”.

  8. Scott Thomas Photography on

    Birgitte, I have something on my blog today which I hope will brighten up your day.

    • giiid on

      It certainly did. Your personel tradition of singing a happy sunshine song the first day with 70F is an example to follow. I´ll think of a way to mark 70F here, it will possibly take some time before we reach this, but it will give me time to be creative. Thank you for the bright idea.

  9. Gerry on

    Those are such peaceful images of light. Back in the day, when Rob the Firefighter got home from school, we would sit in a patch of sunlight that came through the french doors, and cut up a piece of fruit in another patch of light that splashed across the oak table, and murmur about our days. You made an especially beautiful collage with this one.

    • giiid on

      You are right, they are peaceful, I didn´t think of that. You have painted a very sweet and warm picture before my eyes, I enjoyed to imagine the situation.

  10. Nye on

    giiid, very cool color palette and nice textures. The sunlight is welcoming to all of us.

    • giiid on

      I am glad you are welcoming it. Lets hope we will get a lot more. 🙂

  11. Kathy on

    Yes, a lovely pick-me-up for this time of year when the sun is somewhat fickle. Good job!

    • giiid on

      Thank you Kathy, for the compliment and for a new word; fickle. I am still collecting. 🙂

  12. truels on

    Very nice mosaic, Birgitte. Scott really deserves this beautiful picture 🙂

    • giiid on

      Thank you.
      Yes, he did a fine job. I am glad you managed to join the assignment too.


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