Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Lavender Lost...




























































...k...

25 comments:

  1. Kathy, she was a true icon, in film, in life always true to herself and an adventurer..fearless.

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  2. Fantastique! and of course I love the lavender references, and yes there is something a little lost about it. pgt

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  3. Great photos...some of them I have never seen. The one of her in the wild white hotpants deal...crazy!!
    It was so sad to hear the news today!
    xo
    Ashlyn

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  4. Wonderful lavender tribute. And I'm extremely impressed how quickly you pull this together.

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  5. very sad news losing all the great ones!

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  6. Love the lavender, and sad at the loss.
    xo Cathy

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  7. I love that photo of Ms. Elizabeth with feather headress. I haven't seen that before -- amazing. And while I'm not normally a fan of lavender, each room you've included here is tasteful.

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  8. A lovely posting in honor of the lady with the violet eyes. That first image is incredible.

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  9. I think we are all in shock and saddened at the loss of a great woman with lots of savoir faire!

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  10. What a spectular tribute to an American Icon! Your creative use of portraits and decor was inspired! YOur post was such art!
    I thoroughly enjoyed my visit.
    Yvonne

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  11. I loved this lavender tribute and in the smartest order. What a beautiful star she was. Lovely post! ; )

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  12. this was absolutely a gorgeous post.
    brilliant in it's silence.
    xxx

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  13. yes, she will truly be missed...she simply was great! wish you a beautiful day today - filled with a lot of sunshine! sunny greetings from germany, geisslein

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  14. Wonderful creative tribute to one of the very greats. She was so fabulous as an actress, style icon (minus perhaps the white outfit) and humanitarian. She will most definitely be missed!

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  15. A stunningly poignant and beautiful post, Kathy.

    A picture says a thousand words, its true ~ nothing needs to be said.

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  16. Beautiful post, some of the images were new to me!!

    Ingrid :)

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  17. You know, I think that the word "icon" is thrown around with indiscriminate abandon these days. Hell, my cleaning lady is an "icon". However, as your post beautifully expresses (and some of the other commenters have noted), the word "icon" is supremely appropriate for those who truly are. Icon=LT, LT=Icon.

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  18. Kathy- I have not seen a more beautiful ode to Elizabeth. I love how you incorporated the Elizabeth lavender with interior rooms- just wonderful.
    I think I will now go watch my DVD of National Velvet....
    may she rest in peace....

    joan

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  19. Love this post. Beautiful images and such a lovely tribute to Liz.

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