For Mosaic Monday please visit Mary at The Little Red House. Her photography is always stunning. I took these photos of the beautiful Dogwood and Wisteria during a 5K walk I participated in on Saturday morning. I always have time to stop and smell the roses!! I just had to jog to catch up with my walking buddies. I am determined to plant a Dogwood, Wisteria and lilac in my yard!!
For Blue Monday you need to visit Sally at Smiling Sally. She’s a very gracious hostess! These sculptures were on the courthouse where I was on Jury Duty last week. I never had to sit on a jury but at least I got some photo time in! These are a great assortment of Northwest wildlife!
Have a great Monday and start to your new week!
Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.
32 thoughts on “Mosaic Blue Monday ~ Jury Duty & 5K”
Great mosaics! Thank you so much for sharing them! I hope that you have a lovely new week!
Nice mosaics and lucky you to not get called to do the jury duty.
You are definitely blogging on the go, and finding such great things to photograph. Your mosaics are so pretty. laurie
Those are just beautiful my friend. Flowers and the sculptures. I love them. Have a great week 🙂
I love those beautiful wisteria and dogwood photos, they make a wonderful mosaic and the art in the other mosaic is so great!!! Have a great day!!!
love love your pink and blue blossoms! My favorite colors to use in my own garden!That wisteria is stunning!!
Beautiful flower shots…glad you found something good out of jury duty time…
Wonderful art on a courthouse!! I love it. Also, your mosaic is so pretty with all the flowers.
Thanks for sharing your pictures. I hope you have a great week.
The Tattered Tassel
Hi Ms Ellen… Very very cool.
Your wisteria is lovely and your creature sculture is very fun to look at in detail.
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Wisteria and dogwood…*swoon*… :o) LOVE those sculptures! Happy Week, Ellen ((HUGS))
It sounds like you had an interesting week.
Glad you were able to capture these fun sculptures.
Have a very excellent Monday!
Your courthouse sculptures remind me of Paul Bunyan’s ox, Blue. Happy Blue Monday.
Jury duty can be interesting or makes for a long boring time. At least you made the best of yours. Great photos.
Oh what wonderful mosaics! And oh how I would love to have some wisteria and a dogwood, too. 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing at MM> 🙂
The pink dogwood is especially beautiful this year and I’m wondering why. .but hey ..we’ll take it.
Now ..if I could just plant a wisteria right behind it. .the colors are wonderful together.
I love wisterias..too bad we can’t grow it here.
Wow this are pretty flowers…happy blue Monday.
I had to take a double look…I just took pics of my two back yard fav’s on Saturday afternoon. even the fence looked like mine. Your photos are beautiful. All the best with jury duty. Kathy
Love those sculptures!
I love those dogwoods. On one of my walks this past week…I picked up some new shots of our dogwoods. The pink stands out far beyond our white ones.
Glad your jury duty is over. I was waived…while I was working at the university, due to Enrolment week.
Terrific mosiac. Thanks for sharing today. Valerie
Glad you stopped for these pretty photo ops! And congratulations on your 5K!
Oh Ellen! How beautiful is that wisteria!!! I think it’s my favorite vine in the world.
I’m so sorry I “forgot” to get back to you about your comment, and yes, you may laugh all you want!!!! OK, so I think I may be back to blogging and you’ll be seeing a lot more of me…I’ve missed your posts and friendship ;-).
Oh how I love both Dogwood and Wysteria! Happy Blue Monday!
wonderful collages 🙂 thanks for sharing!
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Great job! Love the flowers.
Wonderful post. The dogwood and wisteria beautiful and the sculptures — most unusual and cool! 😀 😀
Love the blossoms and flowers. Very pretty mosaic. I would like to add the wisteria on my fence.
Such interesting sculptures – thanks for sharing!
I can almost smell the fragrance!
And those courthouse “yard art” is pretty cool too! 🙂
I like that…always taking time to ‘smell the roses’.
Fun mos. Well done. Jane F.