Monday, March 14, 2011

endless mountains

Endless is the word for this week's Every Inchie Monday challenge and for some reason I thought about endless mountains. Having grown up in the Roanoke Valley, I have many fond memories of the  Blue Ridge Mountains.



20 comments:

Mary Welsh Hubbard said...

I really like this one a lot!

Barbara said...

Absolutely lovely!

Joanne Huffman said...

I love this inchie. I lived in Charlottesville VA for 3 years and loved being on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Patty said...

Your piece reflects your lovely photos! This is another nice one!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Your inchie is well done; it does reminds me of the Blue Ridge which remind me of my beloved Appalachians.

V.S. said...

very nice idea!!! and very well done creation!!! i also adore mountains...

Suzanne Kistler said...

You've captured them! Absolutely lovely!

ger said...

Proofs what an abundance of memories + desires (+ real life blue...) fit on a small space

Sandy Leigh said...

Beautiful concept for Endless!

Yvonne said...

Love it! Mountains do look endless and your piece is lovely with the hand stitching.

dosfishes said...

Beautiful blues and your photos of the mountains are wonderful too. I can feel the mountains in your tiny peice. xox Corrine

kathy mc said...

Wow, this blows me away! It's gorgeous.

Nancy B said...

Beautiful! I love the blueridge Mts!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

The Blue Ridge mountains was a wonderful inspiration for this inchie. Great! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Dotti said...

Nice job...theme is well captured!

Paper Bagley said...

Very pretty...I love the mountains here in Oregon and even more so the trees...well done...Tootsie in the woods of Oregon
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Kris said...

Really a beautiful inchie. Well done Deborah!

The Idaho Beauty said...

I'm amazed at what you can convey in such a tiny space. And then to see your inspiration - what gorgeous pictures of the endless mountains. They look just like your inchie!

Cat said...

Oooooh, this is wonderful, a perfect representation of those beautiful mountains!

Mrs Moen said...

This is beautiful, Deborah!