I haven't attempted a mosaic yet, so this is most impressive! I love that each photo shows a dear one of yours that I have had the pleasure of meeting through your blog. Who says this age of technology is all bad? You and I are two of many who have made rather wonderful use of it. Happy Valentine's Day to you and to all of your sweethearts, past and present, Jean.
I wouldn't dare attempt this. It would drive me mad. Many familiar faces but I can't see the name of the lab in the top right corner. Have you ever written about Caleb, Oliver and Belle?I hope you've recovered from your mini heart attack and devoured your chocolate brownie :) A big hug from me, and a kissy boo from the pigdog X
What a gorgeous photo montage! I love seeing all their happy faces. And I'm very impressed at your technical abilities! Happy Valentine's to you and all the critters.
That's lovely Jean.Else
I used Picasso to create the collage - it isn't very user-friendly, more hit-and-miss, and unfortunately I didn't write down what worked, so the next one will mean starting all over again. The instructions on the Picaso help site were next to useless. GLP, if you click (maybe double click) on the photo some of the missing part shows up. The lab is Emma, who lives with my ex. I've written about Caleb, Oliver and Belle many times but possibly not since you started reading the blog - Caleb died of lymphoma in February 2008, Oliver and Belle died in June 2010. If you enter any of their names in the search box on the right side of the blog, lots and lots of posts about them will pop up.
Happy Valentine's day Aunty Jean. You are so very special to love so many of us furry creatures great and small. Love Major Bo Jangles.
Jean I loved your photo of the dogs, past and present, you have done a fine job. I hope you had a pleasant Valentine's Day.
Nice to see all those sweet faces, past and present. Good job!And Happy Valentines Day (slightly belated) back to you from us. Deb S.
What a beautiful tribute to your critters past and present. The picture opens right up in a new page if you click it.Mark
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