Sunday, January 13, 2013

30 in 30 - Patterns of January



It began as 30 paintings in 30 days by Lynday Bruce and Hilde Oomen. In the first week of january, Chris Nguyen joined the 30 in 30 idea with photography, and through her blog invited others to join, too: "30 haiku in 30 days, or 30 poems, or... that’s the wonderful thing about creativity: there are no limits. Won’t you join us? Add your link in the comments. Don’t worry that we’ve already started – it’s never to late to start."

Now we are 9 doing 30 in 30 - which adds up to more than 250 notes and moments, in all kinds of formats and colors. And while browsing all 9 blogs, the idea for the collage took shape - so today no video for me, but instead the collage in celebration of shared creativity: "Patterns of January"

30 in 30 blogs
And here, the links to the participating blogs - so many different moods and colors included, and at the same time some surprise parallels:
looking forward to the next week.

& more shared creativity: the new photo friday theme is ...Patterns.

8 comments:

Susan Borgersen said...

love it Dorothee, what a great idea.

bookspersonally said...

These look so beautiful all together in a collage! And I've missed some of these- need to check them out. So lovely, thank you for including dewdrops.

Dorothee said...

so glad you enjoy the collage! it was a joy to browse all the entries of 30/30 so far and create the collage.

chrisgalvinwriter said...

Dorothee, this is beautiful! Thanks so much for including my lamp post (and in the center, too!) as well as the links to all our blogs.

Lynda Bruce said...

What a wonderful idea Dorothee...beautiful!

Evelyn said...

This is a great idea! Thanks for including my foggy village. It was much prettier this morning with a dusting of snow!

Dorothee said...

thanks again! i had the same feeling: the single pieces, they look beautiful together in the collage, with the symmetry they include, and it was fascinating to discover the connections and counterparts in color and themes.

lucidgypsy said...

Lovely work!