Sunday, 27 July 2008

Gothic arches "birds" challenge


Reading the newspaper today and there were some great pics of vultures. So instead of pretty birds I decided to use vultures with the words "look out its the birds".
This will be my last post for a couple of days as I am off on holiday camping..hope the weather stays nice! Tell you all when I get back!!

17 comments:

Faye said...

Lorraine, your background is simply gorgeous! I'm not much into birds, and especially not vultures, but you did a great job with this arch. Yesterday as we drove down our country road, we narrowly missed hitting a wild turkey. Seeing them around here is rare, so it was one of those a-h-h moments! Keep up the good work.

Heather Robinson said...

You know, the world of birds is not always a romantic and lovely one and you have portrayed that with strength and creativity, Lorraine! Bravo!

Kathy said...

Oh I like the dark side of the bird world. The background is fantastic!

Linda said...

Wonderful background colors and I love the vultures...very creative!

KardKrazy said...

A very different take on the theme...very creative!

Mary-Beth said...

This is a wonderfully different take on the theme! Fantastic!!

Thanks for playing.

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is amazing.
Wonderful design.

herminesplace said...

Great arch!!

Sija said...

Fabulous arch!

Char said...

Fantastic Birds Love them.

~*~Patty said...

Your vultures look fab. They really are wonderful birds and do such a service in nature!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Beautiful arch!!

Janny said...

Beautiful!

purplepaint said...

Love the shape and your background! Nice work!

Ariane said...

Now that's a really different point of view! Love your arch and the idea of not always using cute little bluebirds... ;)

bockel24 said...

Hi Lorraine, I´ve asked my sister Sabine to tell you my snail mail addy because it seems that you don´t get my e-mails - I had answered your mail last weekend (must be in your spam folder where most of my mails end recently).

Mam said...

I really love this one. Such depth and drama!
Nancy