Tuesday, July 3, 2012

HEATHER'S TEXTURE TUESDAY

Hi everyone,
It's been a really exciting week for me.  I'm not ready to talk about what it is...yet. However, it is pretty big for me :) :)


I'm participating in Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday this week. Today it's an "anything goes" edition. So I decided to show you all my very FIRST texture that I used. It was Kim Klassen's "Autumn Burst" back in September 2011. I hadn't learned how to resize the layer image yet, so I just cropped everything instead. This photo was of a lilac bush in my neighbor's yard. Lilacs are so beautiful and delicate:






































Tomorrow, our country will be celebrating it's birthday on July 4th :) :) There will be a parade downtown and I'm looking forward to checking that out.

In the meantime, I leave you with a photo of Colton Hall in the city of Monterey, California. Colton Hall is where the first constitution for the State of California was signed back in the 1850s. It also served as a school at the turn of the 20th century. It's being decorated for our July 4th celebrations tomorrow:
































That is the news from the ocean shores of California today. Extra love and hugs to your day today, Heather :)

8 comments:

Amalia Ferreira said...

Very nice!

Hibiscus House said...

Pretty pictures Heather.

Rebecca said...

Colton Hall is STUNNING in its 4th of July "clothes"!

And I can't wait to hear your exciting news, Heather :)

Missy said...

Hey! Your last few comments haven't shown up on my blog!! I've gotten emails about them, then when I log in they aren't there to approve. I just wanted to let you know so you wouldn't think I was deleting them. I don't know what's up.

Beautiful picture by the way!

Hibiscus House said...

Heather I have nominated your for The Sunshine Award for being such an inspiration in the blogoshere!
Stop by Dolly Is Cooking to grab it and have a great day!!!http://dollyiscooking.blogspot.com/2012/07/sunshine-nomination-passing-it-on.html

Jessica Heights said...

Your photo of the flowers is beautiful!

Flat Creek Farm said...

How lovely! You're a quick study! Good to hear from Heather in CA.. I still can't get used to the fact that you moved :) Hope you've been well! -Tammy

Camille said...

How beautiful that old building looks all dressed up for the celebrations on the 4th. Trust all is well with you Heather! Have a wonderful day!

Blessings,
Camille