Oh looky looky! I had your blog open in a tab to come and comment and when I came back, my name is in a new post! Hot dog! You have no idea . . . Your work and your blog was one of the first I studied almost a year ago. I had you in my links for a long time until I lost them all and just never got around to getting all of those first ones I followed religiously back in. You were a role model for me. I've been by a few times but too shy to leave a comment. Guess I can now! YOUR WORK IS STUNNING AND IMAGINATIVE AND INSPIRES ME TO NO END!The Library of Congress has become a very good friend of mine. So many wonderful images. Glad to point people over there - it's a national treasure. Just a note, I always check the bibliography of the pictures to make sure there are no restrictions on its use. Every now and then there is still an active copyright.Okay, have you back in my links and now that the ice is broken will leave some comments more often! Thanks for your sweet visit.marsha
oh my goodness trudi....this is amazing. i love the clean crisp look of this eleanor and there is so much going on that it's a feast for the eyes! i really like your style and creativity!
Will need to pop over to the Library of Congress. I see Marsha mentions this all the time on her blog. Obviously a wonderful resource. Love the colours in this design but you knew I would!
Thanks! I would like some copyright free images also.as usual, your work is imaginative and creative.
wow!! this is amazing!!
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