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MMDT Challenge 15 - Sandstone

Finally catching up!  The first challenge of August (yes August) was to use the Sandstone grid paper and page pattern 59.  This was to be a double page layout with the second page flipped. 

For additional materials I used a slate blue card stock to mat some of the larger pictures 

I chose to take a walk down along the Eastern Prom in Portland ME.  The beach, the ocean, Fort Georges and House Island.  I love the look of the old pylons.  Before we could make it back the sky opened up and we all ended up soaked.  Once the rain came the camera went away but I did get a good picture of the dark clouds coming in.  

 


Shared by Tonnya Sayah on September 28, 2013 | Memory Date: September 28, 2013
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The top section looks wavy! I'm sure it's an optical illusion, but it really works! The colors are striking. Nice job, and welcome back! :)
Posted By: Lori Hanson  |  October 10, 2013 at 11:32 pm   
WELCOME BACK!! Nice photos and layouts :)
Posted By: Julie Oconnor  |  October 8, 2013 at 2:26 am   
I love this. It is so pretty and peaceful.
Posted By: Candy Spiegel  |  October 6, 2013 at 8:40 pm   
Love a good "puffy cloud" day for taking pictures - especially when water or broad landscape scenes are the subject. (The clouds give the day a sort of personality stamp.) Beautiful job on the panoramic.
Posted By: Tami Potter  |  September 30, 2013 at 3:25 pm   
Glad to see you, Tonnya! Really nice to see all the boats on the horizon with the land in the background and the sea in front. I just love looking out on the water and seeing things...and nothing at all too! The old pylons really make for an interesting still life piece of art, doesn't it?
Posted By: Andrea Fisher  |  September 28, 2013 at 11:57 pm   
     

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