3/21/15

Yarn scapes -by me


Montana
pine cones
yarn
antlers
ponderosa
rocks
 found 
by me

 Norway
I miss my home land
 the red, blue and white
 my mothers wooden knitting needle holder
adorned with rosenmaling
and cherished 
by me

Countryside
glass beads given
aspen leaf
Julian's oil painting 
 loved 
by me
Snowflake
natural yarn
 stones
 and flowers 
designed 
by me

Journey
a map
 pussy willow
 hand spun yarn
 by me

                           

Serenity
Feathers found 
 my dear Buddha
 a crochet rock 
by me

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As you can see these have little pieces of me in each image
 this has become my new way of combining all the things I love 
 a story
 photography
expressing my love for nature and yarn
 it all touches my heart

From now on I will always include a heart rock in my yarnscapes
signifying that I it comes from my heart

So next time you see one with a heart rock
 you'll  know it's by me

 *****

..... feel free to read between the lines.....



37 comments :

  1. Stunning Camilla, your yarns and your yarn scapes :)

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  2. You photos are beautiful! Could you tell me what kind of camera you use? I would like to buy a new camera, and I would take similar types of shots. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you , I use a Canon 6D and yes the rocks are local.

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  3. These stones are wonderful. Are you finding all of these in Montana? Is that where you live? I am crazy about stones.

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  4. These yarnscapes are beautiful to watch. There's something very serene in the combination of colours and natural objects.

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  5. Love all your yarn scapes.....it's become your 'signature' and I love the idea of adding that heart-shaped rock. You are such a creative genius!!!

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    1. Thank you Steph I really appreciate it :)

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  6. These are just stunning; you have a great eye for beauty! :)

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  7. Yarn scapes, I like that. They tell a special kind of story. I love that blue yarn :)

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    1. Thank you- it's naturally dyed w/ Indigo.

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  8. I love how you showed your yarn! It is so beautiful. Love your Mum's knitting needles holder, so pretty!

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    1. Thank you, she gave 3 of them last time she visited from Norway , they are near and dear :)

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  9. Your yarn scapes are amazing beyond words!

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  10. I love your yarnscapes!! So very "you"...

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  11. Thank you dear Camilla for sharing your heart, your stories and bits of your heart with us, all so beautiful!

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  12. Your yarns are so nice. All your photos are stunning, they have a special and charming touch. .. they have your heart. ..

    Have a gret week!

    Lluisa xoxo

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    1. Thank you Lluisa- you are always so encouraging xo

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  13. Beautiful, Camilla! I love that knitting needles holder with the flowers. It's to cherish.

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    1. Yes Ine, it is really special to me .

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  14. I heart your heartscapes !!! all so beautiful, Camilla.

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  15. I love the idea of a heart in each and every photo. I love that each photo is a piece of you as well :)

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  16. Thank you Karen, that is very sweet of you.

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  17. These images are all so lovely and capture the colour-moods of each of your yarns wonderfully. Sadly, reading in between the lines makes me wonder if some of these images have been "stolen" I hope that is not the case! xo

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    1. Thank you Leigh I really appreciate it.
      You nailed it (thanks for reading between the lines)
      xo

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  18. oooh, such an abundance of beauty!! I love the needle holder that was your mother's, it's beautiful. each of thes images are so serene and perfect.

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  19. I mean these are just beautiful!

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