Sunday, March 4, 2012

Old Virginia

History abounds in the Winchester countryside. There is architecture from the Civil War Era including the Goose Creek Bridge where the Union won control of the roadway. The Aldie Mill ground wheat and corn from the Loudin countryside. Many brick and stone homes are still in use.

I mimicked the brick and stones in the modeling paste brick mask and "Make it Stone" krylon spray.



2012

13 comments:

misty said...

love the design and the way you matted the photo of the statues...and of course you know I'm loving the modeling paste!

Kay said...

Great way to document this historic place...also I'm loving the dimension the bricks give the page by using modeling paste with the brick template. Awesome job!

Karen said...

I really like the vintage feel to your LO!! Great job!

Micupoftea~ said...

I like the subject...how fascinating! Great that you documented your visit. Nice page, Cindy~

E.T. said...

such beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing.

Julia Cotrim said...

beautiful page Cindy! awesome design! i loved your visit on my blog! have a nice day!

Debbie said...

Great layout and fabulous pictures!

Sabrina said...

Hi Cindy, wow!! I love your background, and the colors blend so well together. Photos are awesome, so many to look at, I enjoyed so much looking at this page :)

Sharon said...

Oh cindy! I just absolutely love this page and your cool technique with the modeling paste!!!! Great photos, as always, my friend!

Rita Barakat said...

Ooh this gives me tons of ideas! I am gonna go buy that spray! Great LO!

Tracey ~ GardenOfGrace said...

Such a wonderful LO, Cindy. Love the black matting and the mat on your focal photo is amazing! ~ Blessings

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Sue Griffiths said...

Love these pages Cindy, I certainly wish I could twitch my nose and just be there, but looking at all your pages in time will do, I enjoy them so much! and thanks for your visits too my friend!

KellyCreates said...

So cool how you used the ask and the Krylon spray! Fantastic pics too!