dreamy pink

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dreamy pink, Canon Digital Rebel

Christine from Swirly has a fun project going on over at Flickr. Each month she’ll ask people to take photos of pink things {every month a different theme} and give away a prize for her favorite image. This month is pink bicycles.

Another truly wonderful thing you should know about are the handmade wish containers over at Papeterie Delice. (I have one and treasure it.) The sketchbooks are also quite delicious and everything is wonderfully affordable. I’m going to have to get tell her to raise her prices!

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29 Comments

  1. Angie

    I just bought one of the wish books as a gift. Thanks for the link!

  2. Michelle Ensminger

    Ohhhh…thanks for the link. I love those wish containers…I think I need to buy some and give them as gifts (and keep one for myself of course). And look at those awsome mini-books. Wow!

  3. maria

    Andrea, your dahlia photos have been stunning, and this one is particularly beautiful. We had them growing at the back of our house in Spain when I was a little girl, along with Cala Lilies, and they’re not flowers you typically see here, so your photos add a touch of wonderful nostalgia to my day.
    Love the wish container, too … what a great idea!

  4. kristal

    What fun! I love photo projects…

  5. Shelley Noble

    Gorgeous photo and great link BUT–she/they should raise her prices– definitely.

  6. Anja

    Two great tips – I already want one of the sketchbooks, they’re lovely! Pretty dahlias too – I never really knew about them before so now whenever I recognise one I think of you. Cheesy perhaps but true 🙂

  7. Carrie

    Your floral photos are always just GORGEOUS!

  8. Meg

    Oh goodness, how lovely! Don’t get her to raise her prices *just* yet!! But of course she should. She’s selling herself short… but allowing those of us who are pinching pennys a bit of beuty today. Off to order…

  9. Jenn

    andrea,
    another lovely flower photo… i love this pink flower, it’s so pretty.
    thank you for the link to Papeterie Delice. I love her creations. So beautiful.
    thank you for sharing.
    jenn

  10. tracy

    Thanks for the great links, to spruce up my day! The handmade wish containers would be a great hand-out on New Years Eve…

  11. Swirly

    Thank you Andrea, and that photo is DIVINE!!

  12. Jennifer

    Oh man!! Pink bicycles!! Yea!! I’ve got a good one somewhere on my computer at work from Bike to Work Day…the girl and the bike in the photo were sooo coooool….

  13. jan

    love these!

  14. Caroline

    Do you do much photoshop work with your pictures, or are they usually straight from camera to computer? I really like the effects you get. 🙂

  15. Alex

    What an AMAZING photo! Also, Swirly’s blog is one of my very favorites-I hope more people will discover her site today!

  16. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  17. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  18. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  19. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  20. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  21. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  22. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  23. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  24. Anonymous

    I’m amazed and blown away at all of your generous support of my bookbindery work! It’s one thing when your (slightly biased) friends and family admire your work, and entirely another when it’s people I haven’t met yet. Thanks!

  25. Vivienne

    Thanks for the link to the Papeterie Delice…wonderful and Canadian like me! I ordered one!
    Muwah!
    V

  26. chantel

    this photo is so girly and lovely. and the link – i went straight there and ordered a sketchbook, even though i don’t sketch! they are just too precious to pass up. please, share all the links like this!

  27. Beth Freeman

    Absolutely gorgeous pictures of dahlias… thank you for sharing your foggy morning in SF. Perfect pink and green together too.

  28. gkgirl

    wow…
    i love the pictures
    and also
    i loved the sketchbooks…
    sigh
    someday
    🙂

  29. Vonda

    Andrea I am just amazed at your talent – your photos are incredible, gorgeous, beautiful! 🙂 I also am loving reading all your poems and posts – you give me so much food for thought – thank you! 🙂

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