lundi 11 août 2008

3 cartes et la mer

These are the last three cards I made for the swap. They're all done from photos I took recently.
This one I took in april, on a very windy day. I went to a restaurant with my parents and we had great pizzas!


This one represents the ice cream and doughnut seller on the harbour beach in Cavalaire, where I live. These rolling things are horribly heavy and the young men and girls pull them all day long under the sun, it's a very hard job. They all have great muscled legs!


This one is from the photo series I took in the harbour. Little sailing boat, in the private harbour.

I had a great time doing these cards. I'm glad I joined the swap - now I look at my mail box like a kid every day to see if I received a new card!

12 commentaires:

Deborah a dit…

Lucky are the recepiants of these cards. very, very nice.

susan a dit…

Your cards are wonderful...you must also live in a beautiful area...close to the sea...is it in France?

Betty a dit…

I love all three of these cards . . . the boat, in particular, is really wonderful!!

Ann a dit…

I love how you have done all of these. They are all just wonderful!

purplepaint a dit…

Oh these are awesome! The top two are my faves, can't wait to get mine! :) Marva

Kathleen a dit…

Delph these are wonderful - How lucky the recipients are - I am partial to boats -

Mark Hill a dit…

These are just stunning. I can see how much you have developed your art in just the short time we've been corresponding.

je suis impressionne

kazumiwannabe a dit…

Thank you for your kind comments, they're very touching, and motivating! And, yes, Susan, I live in the South East of France, on the Mediterranean coast, between Toulon and Nice. Marva, the first one must be flying towards you right now!

Barbara Weeks a dit…

Yes- I loved those photos and love the cards!

AscenderRisesAbove a dit…

these are quite lovely; very complicated images. well done

clare a dit…

Gorgeous watercolour cards... I would think your partners in this swap will be Glad you joined in too!

Margaret Ann a dit…

What glorious cards...Lucky recipients! Wowza! :)