Monday, May 3, 2010

A Day in Hong Kong

Mosaic Monday is hosted by Little Red House. You can find many lovely mosaic posts here.


  1. It looks like you had a wonderful day in Hong Kong. I have a friend who travels there for business a few times a year and she loves it!

  2. Hi, wonderful mosaic! I hope that you have a lovely new week!

  3. lovely mosaic. i especially love the pretty
    bunches of flowers.

  4. a very interesting mosaic ... very interesting shots!

  5. I do not know how to make a mosaic!! How do you do it? I would love to learn!!!!

  6. A very interesting mosiac. Are you working there in Hong Kong? Are you enjoying it? Valerie

  7. Mrs. C: I sent you an e-mail, but I am using the PhotoImpact for photo editing and under Edit it has a Stitch function which joins photos. I think there are a lot more creative and better programs out there. (Maybe I just need a newer version :).

    Valerie: Thanks so for stopping by. We live in another part of China, but Hong Kong is one of my favorite cities and I had the opportunity to visit there recently.

    Thank you to all for the sweet comments and visits.

  8. Beautiful mosaic.

    What does mean above the post...she looks, she enters, she wins?

    It made me laugh!

  9. Hong Kong looks like a great place to visit.
    I wanted to thank you for the kind and encouraging words you left me ... about my disorder and blogging in general.
    Blessings and hugs

  10. What a lovely and fun photo mosaic to look at. :o) Are those gardenias? Gardenias were one of my mom's favorites, and so our bible study group gave us a gardenia bush when she had passed away. They smell so sweet.

    I love the bird cages too...

    Thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comment. My hubby and I had a wonderful time up at my dad's (the 26 hour drive to my dad's from our home in Georgia to his home in Wisconsin was well worth it :o) Thank goodness though for the midway stop to sleep and visit with our kids who are all at college in Kentucky :o)

    It was straight back to work for me, so haven't had a minute to catch up really on blogging, but I want to try to reply to the wonderful comments left on my N post.

    Blessings & Aloha!


Thank you for your comments. They help me feel that I am some how connected out here in Blogland and not just writing to the air.


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