Ali Edwards Capture life. Create art.

December 27, 2007

Flickr Favorites.


Inspiring me lately:

1. One of My Favorite Words, 2. wall, 3. grey wool stockings, 4. plate wall, 5. catalpa sky, 6. Untitled, 7. {pink}, 8. 308: 12.5.07, 9. Untitled, 10. peep, 11. Where's everyone?, 12. Untitled, 13. wrapping #3, 14. Home office, 15. Blue Christmas, 16. morning snack


  • 1.
    leslie said…

    i am voting for number four, eleven, and fifteen. as my favorites. is it okay for me to vote? hope so.

  • 2.
    Melissa Raphael said…

    The images are a beautiful and wonderful and oh so happy.
    Thanks for sharing…

  • 3.
    sue said…

    I love 5 and 15, if we’re voting but the whole collage effect is awesome!

  • 4.
    Kim said…

    how I love this… I just finally figured out how to do it myself… so much fun. ~ kim

  • 5.
    jenn said…

    very cool. I love the plate wall!

  • 6.
    Maggie said…

    I want to know the process of how you enter these into neat tiles. Sometimes they have a white line border and sometimes not.
    Do you have to save all the files, then put them into squares in an editing program, or is there ia faster process?
    …if you are willing to share with the masses.
    I just love the blocks, period. Circles and squares rule!

  • 7.
    Christina said…

    Would you be willing to share how you put the squares together?I have a mac and I am lost on how to do this. Thanks

  • 8.
    suetreiber said…

    another wonderful collage! you always find the bestest images :)

  • 9.
    Amelia said…

    Ali, I always enjoy the quote that you feature in the left margin, and the current one is no different! Will there be a 2008 calendar out soon? It would be cool to do 1 quote per month in a calendar format…

  • 10.
    tammy t said…

    Oh, I’ve been to Le Happy and you should check it out! The best crepes ever, and it’s so groovy inside!
    Love this grouping of images.

  • 11.
    Heather said…

    Thanks for the inspiration! Love the Libaray picture taken in Philly! I had to click on their flickr to see the rest! I ::heart:: flickr!!!

  • 12.
    Sherry Coggins said…

    oH Ali you are always so inspirational!!!
    I love coming here to see what is going on in your life and how you are documenting and relaying it so wonderfully to us….sharing your joy! I too love the quotes you feature on the left coloumn!
    When you mentioned that you are beginning to think of your new word for the year I just had to share mine with you!
    First off, I did it last year and the word just resonnated all year long…it was “meaningful”….loved it!
    In light of many things, but esp of our son heading off for the war (he is a US Marine) I have chosen the word BRAVE (I have actually used it as an acronym also to represent 5 areas in my life I want to focus on)…loving it!
    Thank you for constantly encouraging us and being such a light!!!
    Blessings to you!

  • 13.
    Anilu Magloire said…

    That “plate wall” picture makes me giddy!
    I am planing on doing that same thing on my dining room wall :)

  • 14.
    Malin Tvedt said…

    I first saw your square photo collections a few months back and have ever since wondered how you put them together. I suppose it’s a Flickr feature, since I have seen others doing the same thing. I still haven’t figured out how to make them and since I don’t know what they are called, I can’t search Flickr for an answer. Would you, please, share the secret?

  • 15.
    Leanne Stamatellos said…

    Hi Ali, I’m new to your blog and ezine subscription also. I did read how to create this square photo grid. I went to sign up but I wanted to check, do you need to have a yahoo account also ?
    Oh, and love your work – the grid is really inspiring. Merry Xmas to you and your family.

  • 16.
    Angie said…

    I love when you post these. I have a flicker account, but how do you do this. Flicker has so many amazing photo’s I’d love to do this same thing on my blog once in a while, but I have no idea how.

  • 17.
    Laura Reaux said…

    This is super inspiring. I have come back to look at it again so many times since you posted it. And often times it led me through searches to other things/projects that inspire me, too. :)

  • 18.
    Pam said…

    My word for the year is RESTORE. I am going to restore my spirit, my health, my home……..that is my word for 2008.

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