Friday, 11 April 2014

Canvas photos!

I recently ordered two canvas photos online and they arrived this week. One is a photo of my husband and myself taken by eldest son, the other I took of the Nana Mouskouri Rose growing in my garden.
These canvas are done in Australia with the photo printed onto a canvas.  I took a photo to show those who pass this way what they look like if not seen before.


18 comments:

  1. What a beautiful shot of that gorgeous rose !

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    1. Thanks Willow. I really love the Nana Mouskouri Rose. We are lead to believe it's white/creme and it is to a degree.

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  2. We have great roses in your garden. Congratulations.

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    1. Thanks Gosia, I hope to have more at some stage, but can't fit everything in the garden unfortunately.

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    1. Thanks, looks lovely on the wall if you like that kind of photo.

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  4. beautiful photo of your beautiful roses. i've been tempted to get this done of the grandkids when they were younger. lovely

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    1. Thanks F. That would be a lovely idea F. You can become a member then they send by email specials quite often, if you would like the link, let me know via email.

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    1. Thanks Adam, something different to have and I believe the photos can be printed onto glass but not from where I got the above photo done.

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  6. It gives more beautiful for the rose by your wonderful click!


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    1. Thank you. I purposely wait until the rose was open just enough and did the camera settings to make the main rose focused and remainder blurred.

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  7. I've been thinking of doing this but you girl have done it and it looks fabulous. Which company did you use?

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    1. Thanks Diane, fabness.com.au.....they often have specials if you register :)

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  8. What gorgeous roses! I did not know Nana Mouskouri had a rose named for her. I love her voice. The canvas print looks lovely on your wall.

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    1. Nana is one of my favourite singers. Yes, the rose named after her has been around for a long time, though rather a cream than white, I somehow captured a few different colours in her rose.

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