Friday, May 1, 2009

Round Robin: See the Music

Our Round Robin challenge this time is to "see the music."

This was an easy one for me, as I spent last weekend at a women's music camp. It was a cowgirl theme this year, so we had lots of fun dressing up in our gear and playing great music.

Clockwise, from top left: our three organizers demonstrate on tiny harmonicas; Nan yucks it up in her 30 gallon hat; Flip plays a beautiful guitar piece; Coty on banjo; Crystal, hot fiddler; Brogan on ukulele and Nova on accordion, with the ghost of Dale Evans watching.


Sherrie said...

Awesome Photos!! Love all the color in this photo mosaic! Have a great day!!


Neabear said...

Looks like everyone was having a blast there. Must have been a bunch of talented women there. Wow!

Anonymous said...

WOW, thanks for these colorful pics of the musicians. I can tell everyone involved has a great time!

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Have a wonderful weekend.

Monica said...

It sure looks like everyone was having a great time. :-)

ellen b. said...

What a fabulous music collage!! Love it!

Carly said...

Hi Terri :)

WOW! Fantastic photos! It looks like it was a wonderful time for all! Lots of happiness!


Far Side of Fifty said...

What a great group of photos! :)

Suzanne R said...

Very fascinating photos of people truly enjoying themselves. I love the colors, too!

Nancy said...

Fantastic! I am slapping my knee just looking at those pics!
How do you get them to post so big?? Please email me if you get a chance.


Karen Funk Blocher said...

What a wonderful, colorful montage!

Anonymous said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.

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