Monday, January 4, 2010

Mosaic Monday (at the eleventh hour)

I just discovered Little Red House and Mosaic Monday - so I'm joining the fun (despite the fact that Monday is almost over)!

Out of the billion zillion photos I'm constantly snapping there is a group of them that are consistently in my favorites - here they are. Click the mosaic collage to enlarge.

I was asked last week (or week before last? not important) what kind of camera I use. I just have a little guy!

It's a Fujifilm Finepix E510.
It's ancient compared to what most people have now but I think it works quite well for me. :)


Maggie B said...

Welcome to Mosaic Monday, your mosaic is lovely and showcases the different seasons & subjects.
Happy New Year from Normandy

Mary said...

Hi Molly, Welcome to Mosaic Monday! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images -- they are incredibly lovely! :)

Välkommen said...

Lovly pictures :)

Missie/Crafting with Cat Hair said...

Pretty, pretty pictures! Thanks for sharing your camera with us too. I have one about the size of yours but can't seem to figure out how to take closeup shots without them being fuzzy.

Carol said...

Well, you get great pix out of that little camera! Have a happy week!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Your camera takes great photos. I lvoe the photos you chose for your moasic. The flowers are beautiful and I love the foggy shots too. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting.

krisuh said...

Nice collage of your favorites! Someone has said: ' If you have a DSLR camera it doesn't make you a photographer, it makes you an owner of the DSLR camera.' So enjoy taking photos what ever camera you have :)

desertnutmeg said...

Your mosaic is absolutely FAB! A mix of spring and winter and that spider web! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. That was the blue moon just beginning to rise on New Years Eve and the fluffed up bird is a Tufted titmouse, taken by my friend in the St. Louis area.
Hope to see more of your beautiful mosaics!

cherry said...

Very pretty .. love the mix of so many beautiful things. hugs, Cherry