corner view ≈ imagine










this week's theme by anna on jane's corner view, hosted by francesca

30 comments :

  1. I don't know how that would feel, but it LOOKS very nice… a beautiful CV-day to you!

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  2. nadine!
    ......
    wuaw....

    love it
    the words
    how you did it
    just all
    and
    how great that would feel

    may I print the second one?
    please?

    love
    Patrice A.

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  3. Nadine this is perfect! You have entered my imagination ; )

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  4. ...by the way I am p"pining" now... ( on Pinterest!)

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  5. Great great work, i keep scrolling up and down :)
    oh goodness, thanks for imagination, x

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  6. Imagine if I didn't make time to stop in for a visit, before I start work. I would have missed this sweet post. :) xo

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  7. nice series of narrative images I like a lot.

    Helen :)

    PS: Im still trying to work this challenge out if I observe for a couple more weeks I think Ill get it heehee

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  8. Oh, how lovely. I like tham all, and all those different letters, made by you or not, put toghether so beautifully.
    A great idea, and great words.

    I
    may
    add:
    greatly in
    imagination
    nadine
    excells!

    (And those two birds toghether.... not to mention the last "falling" L, leading us to actually try to realise all that, after having imagined it!)

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  9. Oh great post and great quotes!

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  10. nice way of posting this!
    you are so creative!

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  11. Thought provoking words. Great way to ask them.

    http://hibiscusbloem.blogspot.com/2012/06/corner-view-imagine.html

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  12. like your take on this theme. Imagine......I love it.
    Hugs to you from Kazakhstan.

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  13. Imagine...it's there :-) great words..had to laugh because I made my own in my head!
    jaja..wAt zou dat een vrijheid geven en lekker voelen.

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  14. now I have to write 10 times (or more): GREAT!
    I'm very intrigued by your sentences and by the wonderful work with (scrabble?)letters.
    once again: great!!

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  15. It would feel like heaven,
    dearest Nadeschda!
    relaxation
    satisfaction
    peace I've imagined... through your lines.

    I wonder about the making of... have you worked with a glas plate?

    Love
    Ariane.

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  16. this is so cool Nadine :)
    and I think it would be great.

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  17. Artistic messages! Very nice CV, Nadine :)

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  18. I love your corner view this week. Very... imaginative!

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  19. Thumbs up! Love your version of imation.

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  20. Nadine you are a clever thing! I love this post - and yes, wouldn't the world be a lovely place if . . .
    Karyn xx

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  21. I love how you did this--quite creative you are (but of course we already knew that)!;>)

    I like them all, but the second one is my favorite--I guess because of all the cool tiny objects.
    The first one through me for awhile: I kept putting commas after "do" and "to" (in my head, of course) and messing up the meaning. I was like, "Huh?!" But then the English teacher took the commas out, smacked her head, and exclaimed, "Duh!"

    Terrific post. I'm sitting here smiling--and I haven't had my second cup of coffee!:>)

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  22. I imagine this wonderful wor(l)d :)

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  23. i am imagining you are an artist. but that is not hard to imagine, given this post ♥

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  24. Love this post with it's photos, your creations. I am off to west Texas, a two day trip when you have a baby. Eight hours to cross the state is just too much for a six week old. Jacob is off to work, long vacation over. So imagine that there is actually a job for a pipeline in my hometown where my family is! I imagined it last year and it came true, so we are off and hopefully can be there 6-8 months, enough time to make up for a year of not being able to see them and everyone can meet August!

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  25. I love this Nadine! Indeed, how would that feel?

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