Sunday, September 5, 2010

How do I love thee? A sonnet to Picturesque

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love your beautiful images as I hit preview
My soul reaches for you, when nothing else will do
For the beginning to end of my cropping days

I love thee to the level of everyday's
Most quiet need, by sun and OTT-light.
I love thee freely, as I crop each night;
I love thee purely, as I enter my scraproom to play.

I love to cut your butterflies
Whether in a tag or floating free
My admiration I cannot deny

You're my newest friend, last to join gypsy
A variety of elegance, on you I rely,
I shall always love you, signed your devotee.

The original: Elizabeth Barrett Browning

And the LO:

Picturesque arrived mid-week, courtesy of my friend Allison from the Circle. The tag and butterfly is from the cartridge. The font is Edwardian Script ITC.


  1. This is just adorable!!!!!!!!!!!
    I love the title!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I LOVE that LO. I tend to take a lot of pictures too and have noticed lately I've taken a lot of people from behind.....I think I get a lot of character that way.
    Great job and love the details!!!

  3. Simply love your work and creativity.Beautiful work . I just gave you the cherry on Top Award please go to my blog to pick it up. Great job