Sunday, October 10, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday and Mosaic Monday: Upstate New York


Last week I posted a montage of Times Square Photos.
This week I thought I'd share a bit of upstate New York




where life is a bit slower and guys don't run around
in cowboy hats and briefs that say "Naked Cowboy."




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and for more Mosaic Monday, click here.

14 comments:

Snap said...

Love the kite, the wind turbines, the Hudson, the duck decoy, the flowers ... everything! Lovely. Well done!

Vee said...

Like night and day...NYC and upstate New York, that is. They may as well be a continent away from each other... Lovely lady at the fence.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Such beautiful photos!!! Lots of beautiful things to see in this mosaic!!!

Dishesdone said...

Beautiful photo's! Upstate is such a different life than the city :) I enjoyed your peaceful pictures!

Everyday Goddess said...

Looks beautiful, I'm headed up to Columbia County tomorrow, Columbus Day, to see my daughter ride in a horse show. Should be a lovely drive!

EG Wow said...

These are such arty mosaics, Meri! Very nice!

A Garden of Threads said...

Wonderful mosaic. So colourful. Take care:)

Sandy K. said...

Upstate New York is beautiful; my father came from the finger-lake district and we spent many a summer there. However, the photo in my album of the Naked Cowboy is also a fond memory:)

Pondside said...

Upstate New York was part of my old stomping grounds when we lived in Kingston Ontario. We spent many a chilly Saturday or Sunday in arenas in the small towns when our son was playing hockey. What a pretty part of your country it is.

Spadoman said...

These are a nice mix of photos and pleasing to my eye. So much can be seen and imagined. Good job!

Peace.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful photos and mosaics. Upstate New York looks like a wonderful place to visit.

Jillsy said...

such colorful mosaics!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How interesting! I love these mosaics...very artistic! ♥

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Very colourful mosaic. Lots of interesting things in there.