Texture Tuesday

Kim is hosting Texture Tuesday with a challenge to use the texture Warm Sun from her collection.  I read the other day on a photo blog (CANNOT remember where, nor can I find it...) about a challenge using sun flare.  Well, I thought about it and as I took these photos, I was able to capture a sun flare so thought I'd challenge myself with both a flare and a texture.

A friend brought these tulips by last night as it was 11 years ago that my first husband, Jim, died.  This is the friend who took my four kids while we were at the hospital. Thank you, Stacie, for remembering with me.

There are a lot of fabulous pictures to peruse over at Kim's!

Especially, important to note...the fact that I could catch a sun flare means that the sun is shining here today!! and it's not windy!!

18 comments

  1. i love you!!
    thank you for sharing.... 'sigh'.....

    here's to sweet you.....xxo, kim

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  2. Beautiful, sweet post, my dear!

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  3. The sun flare is special! This is definitely a meaningful bouquet of flowers.

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  4. thank you for sharing this beautiful tender post...so glad the sun is shining for you Jill!
    oxo

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  5. I'll be thinking of you today.

    xxx
    z

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  6. Soo beautiful photo!! Love how you used the light and the sunflair is so great, too!! And I love how you used the texture!! Amazing photo!!!

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  7. Beautiful shot. Thanks for sharing the memory.

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  8. jill .. this took my breath away .. i went back and read the link .. i know that must have been a real hard time for you and your little ones.. the photo of the tulips is just so fitting...

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  9. Jill the picture is beautiful and so is your friend's heart!

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  10. prayers will be said tonight before I drift off.

    Leah

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  11. gorgeous sunny image, love what you did!

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  12. Sorry about your late husband, I'm pretty sure he's happy to see the flowers for turn out to be brilliant in that photo. The warm sun texture plus the sunlight makes me smile. Inspiring.

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  13. Beautiful post and picture too. I'm so sorry about the loss of your husband. What a sweet friend you have to be thinking of you :)

    ~Tricia

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  14. Oh Jill, The story behind this beautiful photo...it took my breath away. From tears to tender smiles at your sweet memories...It's hard to even imagine going through such a devastating loss. But it does lend great insight into the depth of character that is so evident in your life. What a precious, and thoughtful friend you have in Stacie. Xo, Sue

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