Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Note Card Party

I'm joining the other folks at Vee's blog, A Haven for Vee, to participate in her note card party.  Just select four photos that you've already used in one of your existing blog posts.  I'm using a theme of "fences" for my note cards, with a caption for each photo.  I am fascinated by pretty fences.  Whether they're elegant wrought iron, rustic wood, or white picket fences, I can't resist photographing them.  I think I'd enjoy seeing these on note cards.  :)

 Episcopal Church -- Highlands, North Carolina


 Rustic Garden Fence -- Old Salem, North Carolina


Ireland, 1999


 Wrought-Iron Hearts -- Wilmington, North Carolina

As always, I appreciate your visits, and I hope you enjoyed the pictures.  Which fence do you like best?


Denise

24 comments:

  1. Oh these are so fantastic! I have a thing for taking photos of doors. Only one favorite? Tie between photos 2 & 4, love the equally. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. sorry, but there is no way i can pick a favorite here. you have such a great touch when taking photos ... just lovely. you need to check out my blog & you will see a link to link up for a blog hop every friday... called "friday fences" ... all of these photos would work just perfectly. just a thought... if you wish to join in. take a peek. i love how so many are picking different photos from their blog for the note card link up party. so cool. happy to find you. take care. (:

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  3. Hi Denise, your photos are always fantastic, I love the first one, with the beautiful white flowers and unique fence! Thanks for stopping by. xo

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  4. They are all beautiful, but I think #1 is my favorite. The hydrangeas along with the white picket fence ... does it get any better? :)
    I also see it is in Highlands which is someplace I'd like to visit one day.

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  5. I love the daisies in front of the wooden fence. Nice to meet you through Vee, Denise. I notice you had a St Patrick's Day Blog Party...The luck of the Irish to you!

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  6. Ireland is a beautiful land to be sure, but nothing is as beautiful as the Carolinas...great talent here
    Sandi

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  7. Now I see why you loved my picket fence! I love fences too, especially ones that surround a garden!

    Deanna

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  8. Oh I'm torn between the second and the last and leaning a bit more toward the final one just because it makes me want to open the gate and go exploring beyond. Wonderful photos and they would certainly make a lovely set of note cards. Thank you for joining the party!

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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog Denise and I enjoyed stopping by yours. Your photos are lovely and would be so nice to receive in the mail with a note attached!

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  11. They ALL look so great!

    But I think the hydrangea one is my fav - how can it not be? Those blooms are amazing!

    Well done!

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  12. I like ALL of them! If I *had* to choose I guess it would either be the first or the last. So pretty!!

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  13. All are beautiful , my pick is # 1 with the hydrangea, thank you for sharing.
    Sue

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  14. I have a hard time choosing which is my favorite! The first one certainly evokes all things "cottage"! And the wrought iron heart one is just precious.

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  15. I love your selections - all would make lovely note cards, and perfect for spring. Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Hi there...wanted to answer your question about my Irish doll~ She is a Goebel doll and holds a mini tin whistle in her hand. Now, to answer your post question, I like the first and last fence photos, but they are all nice. I like fences too! Have a great week. Thanks for visting :)

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  17. I went back and forth...up and down trying to choose my favorite! I think it's the very first photo! They would all make pretty cards! ♥

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  18. I love old fences and gates...I just love strolling thru Charleston taking pics of all the beautiful iron work....gorgeous pictures.

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  19. I love these Denise. I have a little "thing" for fences and especially gates. I don't have either here on this property, but I just love them. Your photo captures are beautiful, and my favorite is the first one with the hydrangeas.

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  20. I love fences. I think my favorite is the last one. I have a thing for wrought iron.

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  21. I love old fences as well. Your photos are lovely.
    Pat

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  22. I was going to go with the hydrangea fence but I have to say its the one with the black-eyes susans for me! Good theme!

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  23. Hi Denise!

    I think my first comment got lost in cyberspace! I said I loved your photo choices for the note card meme & I'm tempted to try to find some of mine, to join in.

    I don't envy you the remodeling process in your kitchen, but it will be wonderful when completed.
    Hang in there!

    fondly,
    Rett

    p.s. If two of these comments show, please delete one for me?
    Oh & we, too, toured a bourbon distillery while attending the Kentucky Derby one year. I can STILL recall the wonderful oaken barrel smell!!!

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