Tuesday, September 17, 2013

September Note Card Party

Just the other day I was crossing the railway tracks in the first picture on foot and thought what a great note card looking down the tracks would make.  And then I remembered other photos I had, looking down a road, an allee or across a bridge.  Don't these views make you want to see where they all lead to?  
I think these note cards could be used for men too, which is a challenge to create sometimes.
I'm linking with Vee's monthly Note Card Party.

36 comments:

  1. Oh, I always love looking down a path...to parts unknown! I especially love train tracks. These would indeed be perfect for men...unlike mine this month! heehee! Hugs!

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  2. Great theme- nothing quite like a path ahead to pique interest, yes?

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  3. Wonderful choices and a great theme Judith. I like the railroad track and the garden alley. Enjoy the day! Pam

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  4. Lovely photos for note cards . We here do greeting cards with our photos and each Christmas calendars to . I haven't done note cards as these days no one writes notes any more lol ! Thanks for sharing ! Have a good day !

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  5. Great photos, Judith! The third one is my favorite. Hope your week is going well!
    Hugs, Beth

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  6. They absolutely do create curiosity about where that path might lead. There's something evocative about a train track. Yes, Judith, I'd like to take a stroll down any of these paths and I have even walked a lot of train track in my day (the best berries are often along the tracks).

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  7. Judith these may be my favorite of your cards yet--what a great theme and they evoke an emotion. I love the tracks most of all. When I was in highschool we used to take a short cut home on RR tracks. I don't think we ever saw a train come by, thankfully.

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  8. I love all of these photos. A great theme. Each one of them calls me to take a walk. : )

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  9. Very pretty scenes. We live near the railroad track and I love the lonely sound of the whistle.

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  10. What a creative idea...and what lovely cards your images would make! Yes indeed...they do call me down the road, down the tracks, to see what awaits.

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  11. Oh so pretty! It does make me wonder where these all lead. I like the one of the railroad track the most I think.

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  12. Hi Judith,
    Your photos are delightful and magical! Thank you for sharing and also for visiting me! Have a wonderful week. Take care,
    Karen

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  13. Photos like these lead the eye and the imagination to the unknown where everything is possible. Love this idea for notecards.

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  14. I love these! It's a wonderful theme and make delightful note cards!

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  15. They are all so great and the paths are so beautiful!

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  16. Any of those would be lovely as a card Judith. Valerie

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  17. I really like photos of paths, I take a lot of them myself. Makes you wonder whats beyond don't you think? Great photos for note cards

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  18. I love the theme of your note cards. Pathways are always interesting & fun. Thanks for sharing!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  19. I really like your 'going down the road' theme. Great shots.

    Thanks for sharing these today.

    Love your blog.

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  20. How right you are about a card for men. I never buy cards anymore. I buy blanks and either use photos or paint something or find something online appropriate. I buy the cards from Stratmore. I love the ones with one ragged edge. Great job here Judith.

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  21. Oh ya - great post. I'm always wondering what's around the next bend int he road!!

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  22. These are great cards...love every one of them....

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  23. Such lovely cards! Love the railroad tracks.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  24. I would be intrigued to meander down any one of these roads. All beautiful. xo

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  25. Oh wow! This is the most artistic set I have seen today. The theme is right up my ally. Love each one but more so how they fit together.

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  26. These are wonderfully inviting. I love the railroad tracks. They really make you want to take a walk and see where they lead.

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  27. These are neat note cards Judith! I love the one looking down the railroad tracks.
    Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment today.

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  28. I would love to walk down anyone of these paths to see where they went!

    I agree with you that they would work well for men!

    Deanna

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  29. What a fantastic topic for your September note cards Judith!
    I always love path ways and the bend in the road leading us on to see what's beyond like your last card.
    you must print these off and use them Judith!
    hugs
    Shane

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  30. What a great idea! Your photos are indeed filled with possibility. And they're beautifully done, too! Nice set!

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  31. A little late getting to the party this week! stopping by from Notecard Wednesday. I love pathways and interesting trails...great idea for a group of cards. Have a great day!

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  32. All are lovely, and my fave is the third one!

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  33. Hi Judith, What a lovely blog you have. I like your notecard photos, especially the one with the grass path, kind of looks like an orchard. Thanks for visiting my blog. ~ Abby

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  34. Hello, Hudith
    Great photos, Judith. My favorite is the first one. I really like that single line of rails and the stillness too.
    Have a good weekend!
    Tomoko

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  35. I do love photos with paths as they beckon us to explore.

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  36. These are all great studies in a leading lines composition! And yes, they would be great for men too. Oh, I especially love the one of the railroad tracks!

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