Tuesday, October 15, 2013

October Note Card Party

A month has rolled by already and it's time for Vee's Note Card Party.  I've composed a set of autumn scenes for my cards this month.  I hope you'll join us at A Haven for Vee.
The buddha in my Japanese garden.
Leaves floating lazily in a stream.
Dawn redwood.
Dusheny Falls, North Bay
Thank you Vee for hosting and inspiring us to create some wonderful note cards each month.

42 comments:

  1. Hi Judith,

    Such beautiful and serene scenes of autumnal spirit. Absolutely stunning photography!

    Poppy

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  2. Your images are gorgeous, Judith! I especially like the 2nd and 4th photos - I'm a sucker for water scenes. I have gotten behind on my blog reading, as we took a four day wknd to Missouri wine country. Now I'm back and working to get the garden clean up done. I will soon have pine needles to rake up and apply as mulch, which is a big job, so want to get the clean up done asap. Also expecting 150 tulip bulbs to plant - will look good in the spring. Hugs, Beth

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  3. lovely autumn shots. i have the autumn spirit -- cool front is coming! :)

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  5. Wonderful leaves in the stream...that one is my favorite...peaceful and calm and a lovely autumn offering.

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  6. Wow, your photos are so vibrant and clear.
    They would make beautiful cards!

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  7. Judith, lovely photos. The Buddha makes me feel peaceful. Visiting from Vee's linky. xo

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  8. These are so pretty for Fall. Aren't the leaves on the redwood unusual? Very nice for cards!

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  9. A beautiful and cohesive set of cards. I especially like the third one.

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  10. I love the last scene and it would certainly make a wonderful notecard.

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  11. Good evening Judith. I enjoyed my visit for Vee's Note card party! Blessings...

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  12. These are great fall note cards, Judith. They're all lovely, but the second and the fourth one are my favoites -- they're just gorgeous!!

    Enjoy your week. :)

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  13. Such lovely note cards Judith.
    I especially like the one of the stream and stones - what a beautifully tranquil spot.
    You've created a great set of Autumn cards.

    hugs
    Shane

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  14. hello
    restons ZEN
    calme et sérénité
    tendresse
    edith (iris)

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  15. The stream with leaves looks beautiful and maybe has a bit of a fall chill:@)

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  16. The Dusheny Falls pictures is especially awesome!

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  17. Some great choices. The Dawn Redwood is a wonderful shot.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  18. I do love all your pretty photos...I'd be sure to buy several boxes of your great note cards.:)

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  19. Beautiful photography! My favorites would be the second and last photos. Fall is my favorite time of year.

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  20. These are lovely! I especially like the landscape photo with the waterfalls!

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  21. Great collection of autumn scenes. Thanks for sharing.

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  22. Beautiful photos showing off autumn in your corner of the world. I especially like the leaves drifting on the water. It's a great combination.

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  23. I love your Buddha! Those photos are fab as well, you have most certainly captured the feel and mood of fall!
    Hugs,
    Beth P

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  24. What gorgeous photos, Judith. I hope to get organized to join in next month. xo

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  25. Lovely photos (as always) Judith. I really like your Buddha- bet it's a beautiful garden around him...

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  26. Such beautiful autumn images for the cards this month! Love the stream and the waterfall. Wendy

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  27. I had to sit there and stare at the second one for a minute to sort out everything in it. I'm not sure I would have known what to look for if you hadn't said what it was. It's so interesting that I have dubbed it my favorite. But really, they are all really warm and pretty.

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  28. I Love these photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  29. Hi Judith, Your note cards are wonderful. I love the peaceful and serene settings in each. Also gorgeous pink tea post below.

    Wishing you a special Autumn.
    Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment. We are so enjoying the bedroom set too.
    Hugs!

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  30. Beautiful choices Judith. I love the dawn redwood. Is it a fern? The brook is very pretty and peaceful looking. All would make beautiful notecards.

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  31. All are lovely, my favorite is the last one, such a beautiful scene, thank you for sharing.

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  32. Wow, these are some stunning autumn images! I especially love the dawn redwood photo! I am not familiar with it. How large does it grow?
    Linda
    mysewwhatblog.blogspot.com

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  33. These are amazing cards Judith. I would love to know how you created such beautiful images...

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  34. Lovely fall photos. I like the one of the stream best.

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  35. Very lovely photos Judith. The fourth one really caught my eye. TFS,

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  36. Lovely and serene. Just perfect.

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  37. Oh my, your fall nature scenes are simply stunning! I'm going to the mountains next week and this really makes me even more eager to get up there!

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  38. The last one of the stream is outstanding! Your work is great.

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  39. Looked through your past posts. You have a good eye for taking beautiful photos of your gardens.

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  40. Hi,Judith!
    Your autumn photos are all beautiful! The Buddha in Japanese garden looks spiritual.I love it.
    Hope you will have a great weekend.
    Tomoko

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  41. Lovely images, they would make beautiful note cards! Enjoy your weekend!

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