Sunday, March 28, 2010

Mosaic Monday - A Bridge to Cross



My mosaic this week is showing some bridges I've come accross since last year, and some of them literally.  I decided to post in sepia too that gives them a whole different feeling than when they're in colour.
Visit Little Red House where Mary hosts this meme and see how many varied things people will use to create their mosaic.

24 comments:

  1. Very interesting mosaic....I never thought to photograph and then put bridges into a mosaic....love the sepia tone.

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  2. I like the bridges theme of your mosaic and I think it looks great in sepia!

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  3. I really like this mosaic...very interesting and a great idea!

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  4. Great mosaic. The longest bridge I have crossed was in the keys - Oh My!

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  5. At least you didn't burn them after you crossed them.
    They are great in sepia.

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  6. The moasic looks great in the sepia tone. Have a great week:)

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  7. Love the sepia! thanks so much for sharing your wonderful images at MM. :)

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  8. very appealing mosaic. Love them in sepia. Wise choice!

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  9. this is very cool. I like it in sepia...

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  10. Very interesting effect having them in sepia. That one in the upper right corner looks very close to the water! ~jeanne

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  11. Love the sepia finish to your mosaic!

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  12. Hi Judith.. Nice mosaic, the sepia really shows off the structures! Bella

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  13. So mnay long bridges! Thye look interesting in sepia. I also have to cross bridges all the time because I live on an island ...Brooklyn is part of Long Island.

    Happy MM!

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  14. Cool mosaic..love the sepia.

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  15. Top sepia mosaic, very interesting!
    Happy Easter...Luna

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  16. I love bridges. They all seem so different. Like the sepia tones. Well done!

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  17. Great mosaic showcasing man's incredible ingenuity - bridges are really engineering marvels!

    Amanda

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  18. I love bridges...these are very lovely..especially in the sepia :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  19. Love your bridges. Portland is know for many bridges, but I haven't photographed many of them. That would be a fun project.

    Thanks for visiting me at Delights of the Heart. My husband is also a Master Gardener and I just love to enjoy gardens everywhere we go. I will be sharing a couple gardens on my blog this week.

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  20. Lovely mosaic! Love the sepia!
    *hugs*deb

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  21. The sepia does give it a certain feel and depth more that you would have with color. Thanks for sharing~ Have a good week, Dotsie

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  22. Fabulous mosaic - the sepia really puts the focus on the structures. Nicely done!

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  23. Hi, thanks for your comments. Love yours too. I like using monotone sometimes - it focuses on the shape and light doesn't it.

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