Saturday, 5 October 2013

Adventures in Lime











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  1. Gorgeous. Nothing more to say.

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  2. Gorgeous pics, and I am loving the dino jelly, what a great idea! Looks like someone else had great fun too! :) x

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    1. She loved that jelly but I think I had more fun editing the pictures! :o) X.

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  3. I love the striking lime green against the black & white.....how did you do that?!
    Little A is growing up a bit!

    Great photos.

    xx Jazzy

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    1. Thank you! I used pic monkey - there's a black and white effect where you can paint back in the colour you want. She is certainly growing very fast! X

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  4. Striking that lime green against the black and white - looks like my kinda party ;) x

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    1. Thank you! You would have loved this party - it was a dinosaur hunt! :o) X.

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  5. Love these photos and the lime against the black and white. Your balloon angel looks very pleased with herself in the final shot. Hope everything's good with you. I miss your posts but take it that you're working very hard on the book instead x

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    1. Thank you! She was very pleased with herself - it was a great birthday party - a dinosaur party! Every thing is good - I am plugging away at the novel, working hard on it - still intend to squeeze out a few posts though. X

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  6. Great photo idea. The contrast is fab. I love seeing them hanging on the line. How come you had a blue one and the rest were green? Dino jelly...interesting.

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    1. Thank you... it's given me an idea for a series. This was someone else's birthday party - I think the blue balloon was the birthday boys!

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  7. Love this - were you inspired by the old French film 'Red balloon'?

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    1. Thank you. No, I haven't seen that film but now you've made me want to. :o)

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  8. Love, love, love!!! Always love photos that are black and white with some colour in them, never looked into how to do it mind. Beautiful photos :)

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    1. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It's an effect I used with Pic Monkey - a black and white effect that allows you to paint the colour back in. :o)

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  9. Fabulous! Love that black & white / apple green contrast. xx

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    1. Thank you - it is a really nice effect isn't it? X

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  10. Lovely photos, and love the dino in the green jelly. Was it edible? Was it little A's birthday? If so, happy birthday to her x

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    1. Thank you, the green jelly is fab isn't it? It was a proper live, plastic dinosaur. No, not Little A's birthday - a little friend of hers. X

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  11. Lovely photos. I LOVE lime green.

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    1. Thank you. Striking colour isn't it?

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  12. Beautiful and very clever. I love that fresh green. It's in my kitchen x

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    1. Thank you very much! Lovely colour isn't it? And a fab colour to have in your kitchen. X

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  13. How absolutely wonderful Sarah, Little A looks just adorable with her balloon. A really clever and fun post, your use of lime is so beautiful xx

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    1. Thank you... she had such a great afternoon, we both did. Striking against the black and white isn't it? X

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