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    "There is no such thing as blogging.
    There is no such thing as a blogger.
    Blogging is just writing —
    writing using a particularly efficient
    type of publishing technology."
    ~Simon Dumenco

    morning raindrops, japanese maple tree, altered

    1. The Janeville blog, bursting with inspiration and gorgeous artwork
    2. Navigating by Color in Maps and Color Trends in Wine Labels from Colour Lovers
    3. Julie of Moments of Perfect Clarity decoded the colors that have been inspiring her by running her Flickr favs through Color Palette Generator
    4. Retro photography at My Parents Were Awesome
    5. 4 Simple Principles of Getting to Completion from Zen Habits
    6. Beautious works at Lemon Tree Studio and the artist's collection of purse love at My Lily Eden
    7. A Layering and Shading exercise at Art Projects for Kids provides a twist from the Shadow Spheres my kids and I drew on black paper, based on Spheres in Space.
    8. Charmed by ornate retro charms from Terri of Pringle Hill Studio.
    9. Unique rock-inspired red sky at dawn mandala at A Magic Mom and Her Mandalas
    10. A layered celestial design at Mandala's Message (via A Magic Mom and Her Mandalas)
    11. 100 Ways to Screw Up Your Life and How to Get From A to B in 5 Random Steps from Dragos Roua
    12. A photographic tour of desolate Six Flags New Orleans
    13. Fresh + fun wedding photography at Feather Love Photography (via 100 Layer Cake)
    14. Photography prompts are calling me to That Pioneer Woman (discovered TPW via Sophie)

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