Friday, June 26, 2009

Purple Cosmos . . . Thank you!

CLICK on this one if you want to see more detail.

Some may wonder why I did not center this flower. . . at times, there is another flower close by and you can't do anything about it but to move in the other direction. This works for me. I could crop it in a photo editing program but I choose to leave as is because I also make cards and maybe someday, I will want to put writing next to it like this:

6 comments:

Malyss said...

What a nice idea!
You could not choose a better way to say it...

SandyCarlson said...

Very, very nice. A beautiful sentiment with a wonderful photo.

Katney said...

I usuall.oy choose to not center things. I guess that's why I am always a little off center.

Elaine said...

Very lovely card. I'm hanging my head for using a packaged card-making program.

RuneE said...

A beautiful card and a fine way to honour your friend.

PS And no reason at all to centre all flowers.

storyteller said...

Beautiful blossom ... I'm sorry for the loss of your friend Glenn ... my prayers are with you.
Hugs and blessings,

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