monday mosaic





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41 comments:

  1. I love the repitition in this mosaic, Daryl. I don't think it's ever been done before. My, aren't you a mosaic leader!

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  2. I know nothing about photography, but your mosaic makes me happy! I'd like to do that with a photo of my big dogwood tree...

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  3. This is a new meme. I wonder if you only post mosaic through PS? I have a lot of photos with mosaic tiles, wondering if that would fit in this meme. BTW, I used to work in NYC way back in the mid 80's. Some places seem familiar. We are so spoiled with the CA weather.

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  4. How many weeks did it take to get the final effect? I really like how the tree starts out as buds and follows through to full regalia! Wonderful!!!!

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  5. That is really neat! I could do this as well - if I can figure out how to do the mosaic thingy, which I can't - with the SWF posts I did of our backyard. Neat, Ms. D.!

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  6. Thanks for stopping by to visit me!

    Your photo mosaic is so interesting, I love how the sky continues to change behind the same tree! cool!

    Have a nice day!
    Sherri:)

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  7. daryl so happy to visit you here and say hello~your mosaic shows beauty in bricks and branches...the color changes add so much to the feel
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    elk

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  8. That's very cool. How long between shots?.. approx

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  9. Hello Daryl, I love your Monochrome Monday photo. Your mosaic is stunning too, love the way you repeated the tree around the building, I really enjoyed my trip to New York last year. happy Monday, Kathy.

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  10. Wow...this took a lot of "time"...thanks for sharing...

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  11. Hi Daryl, Oh how I love how you think outside the box. This is amazing!

    Now I've just made a mental note to self.

    Blessings - Debbie

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  12. I like the way you did that. I think I need to go check out more of those mosaics. Looks like fun.

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  13. Oh Daryl, what a great idea -- like time lapse photography! And then we see it in it's full glory. Perfect! thanks so much for joining the fun at Mosaic Monday. :)

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  14. Very cool mosaic! Plus I peeked and I love the monochrome shot below -- love that little PING! of red.

    Great shots of our fair city! :-)
    Cass

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  15. Good visual time line of the tree in the collage.
    Joyce

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  16. very cool! wow, your mondays are fully loaded now!

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  17. I like that so much. Great subject for a mosaic.

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  18. how lovely... trees are amazing subjects and you portrayed them really well :)

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  19. Oh, I really like this! Is it the same tree in every picture?

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  20. Speaking mosaicly, you are amazing...how do you do that?

    I also like your new photo...and the commentary...aren't we all?

    I also like your clock! Is that new or have I just not seen it before...

    Have a great week!

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  21. This is so cool. I have never seen something like this. You are so very clever, so thoughtful.

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  22. Your mosaic is very interesting.Thanks for passing by Naturestop and your kind words.

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  23. Goly! Monday Mosaic! There are so many peachy meme's out there! I might try this one too next week!

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  24. Great mosaic!!! I love the way you used the same image!!! It has a graphic feel!!!

    Have a wonderful day!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  25. Ooohhh... I love the progression -- it's like watching the tree wake up!

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  26. I might need to learn how to do a mosaic. I'd like to make one of the late budding tree in my yard.

    I just love it, great job Daryl!

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  27. What a great mosaic! I love New York. Although I live in Massachusetts now, I still visit often. I lived in Manhattan for ten years, and worked there for twenty. I love your blog.

    Karen

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  28. I am loving this! Doing the bowing motion, with my hands stretched out, cause this rocks! ; )

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  29. Love the graduated decline in lighting in the shots around the edge. That's some job to get almost identical angles at so many different times. I mean I know the sun sets fast, but I also know you never use a tripod.

    Of course cropping helps, but still... the image has to be there to crop.

    Love the composition too!

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  30. Love this idea, Daryl! Love your mosaic! :)

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