My hubby and I can't resist snapping pictures everywhere we go. Thankfully, in this digital age, it's easy to take and store a ton of images almost effortlessly. I love having this huge pool of images to inspire me, and remind me of the places we've visited together throughout the years.
My inspiration this week is a picture taken by my love, as we strolled through a field of wildflowers at sunset in the Peace River region, Northern British-Columbia, Canada:
|Northern Wildflowers at Sunset by "Mr. Nathalie" :)|
I just love the colors, and that sense of freedom and peace I feel when I look at that photograph.
These flowers have been there for a long time, wild and free, sun-kissed and happy.
I used both copper and sterling silver in making these wild flowers earrings.
Softly weathered, definitely wild and rustic.
Topped with small handmade multicolored artisan glass beads from Little Crow,
which capture a variety of colors that we found during our sunset walk in the forest.
The antique patina creating shadows, and the satin texture on the petals softly catching the sunlight.
Thank you for stopping by! Enjoy your weekend!
... and believe in your dreams...