"The Painted Wall: From Cave Painting to Le Corbusier and Beyond"
awesome. love the large size of the images...donna
Thanks Donna!They're the same size as the ones on my blog but I gave up trying to get people to click on them to enlarge them. Anyway I think it will be nice to have both Blogger and Tumblr.
Wow! It's a great house, and your work enhances the the structure beautifully. Bravo!
Thanks Daniel! You're one of the select few who actually clicks on my photos to enlarge them but I'm glad you enjoyed my new Tumblr site as well. I plan to go back in my blog history to include more of my projects there.
Scott, this is my introduction to Tumblr, and I like it a lot. I think both sites will work well in tandem. Tumblr certainly feels more interactive.
I've been looking at a number of tumblr sites for some time but it didn't occur to me to get one of my own partly because the sites I looked at were of a subject matter quite different from my own.
I'm confused. I discovered my full blog appearing on Tumblr not long ago, and did nothing to get it there---yet, here you are, picture only by choice.hmmm.
That's bizarre. How could that happen?
S...I feel like I have been "tumbled"....your work is extraordinary!. The subtlety of color and subject blows me away.....After my lottery win...you're hired......k
Thanks Kathy. I've yet to meet a lottery winner. I hope you are the first.
I like the images and their large size...happy new week!http://design-elements-blog.com/
Thanks Maria!The images on this blog and my tumblr site are actually the same size but I gave up trying to get people to click on them to enlarge them. Anyway I think it will be nice to have both Blogger and Tumblr.
I just discovered your lovely blog on bloglovin. I'm just new into blogging this year & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.xMelissah