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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

WOYWW: Seoul


It's What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday! I just came from Seoul, Korea, and using the push back method, I made space for some tickets and brochures I collected while I was there...


as well as a little twig with flowers that was used as decoration in a dish that was served during a dinner there...


Here are a few photos from my Instagram account...











Seoul is a great place to visit!  And as always for Word Art Wednesday, a page from my journal...


Thank you for visiting me today. Be blessed, dear blog friends!

19 blog hugs:

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Oh ! merci pour l'ensemble de vos belles photos...
Un lieu enchanteur...
Séoul me semble effectivement un lieu à visiter.
Votre illustration est pleine de charme.

Gros bisous ❤︎ ❀ ❁ ❀ ❤︎

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

From the looks of those photos and all that paper you brought back, it looks like you had a fantastic time. Loved the various pagodas. So unique and fun to see the varied differences within the country. Happy WOYWW from # 2.

VonnyK said...

What stunning photographs. It looks like a beautiful place. Love your picture, the shading is perfect.
Have a great week.
Von #11

Chrysalis said...

Hi Peggy - what a fabulous trip - and loads of stimulation to help your art. I love the journal page. Have a great week, Chris # 15

Nikki C said...

Those are some colourful photos just wonderful to look at hugs Nikki 7

Amy Weaver/The Weaver's Hand-Inspirational Mixed Media Artist said...

such beautiful photos! what an adventure! thanks so much for sharing!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

beautiful verse, with important meaning and yes, great images Peggy.. but think that verse wins hands done.. just wonderful work.. Happy WOYWW Shaz in Oz.x #50

Shoshi said...

It sounds as if you had a wonderful trip in Korea, Peggy, and what interesting things you brought back. I love the photos with all the beautiful buildings old and new, from a vibrant culture at the cutting edge of technological modernity but also celebrating a long and colourful history.

Beautiful and sensitive art work, as always!

Happy WOYWW,
Shoshi #28

Faye said...

Your artworks are gorgeous and today's scripture that you used is one each of us should take to heart. I also enjoyed seeing your photos of Seoul.

Carole said...

I use the push back method too! Thanks for sharing the lovely photos. Your journal page is exquisite. Be well Carole #68

Roberta B said...


Just peeking in before Im off to my DR. Apt.. so I have to keep it short.. I like I like , the photo from the account are cool.. love the reed one hanging from the top. Thanks for sharing. Roberta #78

Carole Robb Bisson said...

The push back method may not always be beautiful but it always works. Super sweet pictures and your art journal page is so sincere. Thank you for joining us this week at Word Art Wednesday. Abundant Blessings, Carole

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful photos. Thanks so much for sharing...Glenda #69

Maria Ontiveros said...

"Push back method" - HA!!! That made me laugh out loud. Lovely photos. I've never been to Korea, but these intrigue me.
Rinda

Tertia said...

WOW! Those photo's look amazing!
Happy WOYWW !
Tertia#40

Julia Dunnit said...

Seoul looks fascinating, what contrasts between centuries and architecture. Love all the colour too, it must suit you to see that worship and joy so coloured! And the little twig embellishment, so clever!

Karen Letchworth said...

This is wonderful and beautiful, and I thank you so much for sharing with us. I hope that time is healing your wounds, and that the Lord is comforting your heart as you continue to heal from the loss of your dear Mother. As Mother's Day approaches, I hope that God will bless you with sweet memories of this beautiful woman of God who taught you so much. Be blessed as you think of her, and remember her love for you!
Blessings,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Laura said...

Hi! I just came across your blog by seeing a couple of your journal paintings on Pinterest. They are beautiful! I don't know if you'd consider giving or selling them as printables, but I would definitely frame them! God has given you a beautiful gift! :) Blessings!

Kristin said...

Where are we order prints of your artwork? It's beautiful!

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