Monday, May 2, 2011

Here's the Giveaway --

When I get to 40 followers, I will open  up a linky list for those who would like to win one of these three things:

1.   A 5 x  7 of one of the images at the bottom of this post, printed on metal with a built-in hanger.

2.   A matted 8 x 10 print of any photo that has appeared in my blog so far.  Maybe this one.



"I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship."  
~Louisa May Alcott
Nothing is greater fun to me than being on a boat -- 
[Linkup to Quotography]



3.  A copy of this book:  Steve Caplin's Art and Design in Photoshop (How to simulate just about everything from great works of art to urban graffiti)


All three will be given as prizes!  Come on and sign up, readers, so we can get to 40 and hand out the prizes!  Invite your friends!

[Linkup to The Creative Exchange








15 comments:

Linda Makiej said...

your photos are wonderful and the texture work stunning!

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Thanks, Linda --

lisa said...

Such beautiful photographs and work on them Elise. Do you make your own textures also?

Thank you so much for sharing this today at The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful day tomorrow!

lisa.

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Thanks, Lisa -- no, I don't make my textures. Most often I use Flypaper Textures, which I love.

Jan n Jer said...

Great shots...the textures are beautiful. Now let me go sign up for your giveaway!!!

La Principessa Errante said...

Beautiful shots, fascinating textures, appreciate our sharing your techniques.

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely photos!

Dutchbaby said...

I love being on the water also. Great photos!

Nicolasa said...

Great quote! Thanks for linking up!

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Thanks, everyone --

Margaret said...

What lovely give-a-ways!

Georgia Girls said...

Beautiful images! I'm afraid, however, I don't enjoy boats as much as your quote's author :)

visiting from Quotography

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Thanks, Margaret and Georgia --

Lisa said...

The quote from Louisa May Alcott is priceless, and can be read so many different ways. Love your photos, especially the black and white one.

Visiting from Creative Exchange, http://bit.ly/lKEUpZ.

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Thank you, Lisa --