Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Notecard Wednesday - Prairie Stillness

It is time for another Notecard Wednesday hosted by Vee!  I hope you will pop over to her site and see what creative notecards you can find!

These are some of my favorite prairie shots.  Stillness, vastness, and wide open spaces come to mind.   The one of the clothes on the line is one of my favorite shots.  You can read about it here.

Country Church in Montana



Grafitti Grainery near Beiseker



Country grave yard near Spondin



 Clothes on the line at Plover Lake Bible Camp



Linking up to Notecard Wednesday

24 comments:

Kati said...

Beautiful pictures! I like the first picture the best. It looks so peaceful!

Karen and Gerard said...

These are different, the clothesline one is my favorite.

Vee said...

All wonderful photos and so professional looking. I do love the clothesline...that photo could be on the cover of a magazine or hanging in a gallery.

Snap said...

Your photos are all so lovely. The wide open spaces. Love the graffiti and the church, the fence ... the clothes on the line ... guess I like them all! ;)

Pamela Gordon said...

Gorgeous photos! The graffiti barn is fascinating. I love the clothes on the line though. I'd be framing that one. Pam

Melissa Gill said...

These are amazing! I would buy the note cards for sure! :)

Debbie said...

I love these!! They are all just wonderful, and my very favorite is the last one with the clothes blowing. I would love something like that framed. It's just fantastic!

Jennifer said...

Wow, I just love them all. They're so nice!! Great shots!

Sally Kelly said...

I love your theme. Each shot is perfect. Thanks for sharing.

Sally Kelly said...

I love your theme. Each shot is perfect. Thanks for sharing.

Jeanne said...

Beautiful, well done photos. I love the clothesline, that one is special.

Donna said...

These all shout out COUNTRY, and our lovely! The clothesline in the last one is my favorite. I bet it was a race for the wind to finish drying out the clothes before a rainstorm rolled in!

Susan Nowell @ My Place to Yours said...

The clothes on the line and the country church both grab me. These are so peaceful...

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

WOW! These should be in a photography book! I love the country church. Every one is special!

Lorrie said...

These are wonderful images, Dawna. The clothes blowing in the prairie wind remind me of our married student days at Briercrest when I thought the wind would blow away the clothes, the clothes line and me!
What a great set of note cards these would make.

PS. You asked about the trim paint we chose. What I was actually painting was the garage. We closed in the carport about 4 years ago, and painted it the yucky color. From the front of the house, it looked like a trim/border. Now that it's painted out the same color as the house it looks much better. We replaced the roof last fall with brown shingles and now have dark brown fascia. We'll do some more trim in the dark brown, I hope. This house isn't the prettiest outside, but we do what we can, and it holds lots of love inside.

don said...

This is a fine series of shots. I like the cloth line shot too. The spiked picket fence is very good too. I especially like how you framed the country church using the tree and an interesting foreground.

Sue said...

Your Prairie Stillness photos are so beautiful and would make wonderful notecards. Thank you for sharing.
Sue

Beth said...

Beautiful. I esp. love that last one with the clothes whipping out from the line and the pile of rocks. Terrific shot. :>)

Gina said...

Amazing photos, Dawna! You are super talented with a camera!

ellen b said...

Oh these are so so lovely. I really love them all but that last one is a really great capture!

Irene said...

Lovely shots, not sure what I'd use the graveyard one for, as a note card but it is a nice photo.

Lavender Cottage said...

All of your photos are nice, the country church is my favourite note card.

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

What great notecard pic's. I love the last one particularly!

Ruben Pratt said...

These are one-of-a-kind pictures, especially the first one. This is definitely one place where you can find peace of mind. It's just sad to see that it's only being damaged by time. A touch of repair or renovation will be the best option for this barn.
Ruben Pratt @ ARRoofing.com

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