We spent Thanksgiving at my stepmother-in-law's house in the Shenandoah Valley. Daniel's dad grew up in this area, so he took my sister-in-law and I on a walk down to the river. The town was quiet, blanketed in fresh snow. At about this point on the walk, I realized I couldn't feel my toes. They … Continue reading thanksgiving in the valley
Easter still life
I have never been more pleased with a photograph. Steam rises from a hot cup of coffee in the late afternoon sun on Easter. I had the most pleasant day yesterday; it couldn't have been lovelier. Cool breeze, hot sun, open windows, exposed wood beams, a home cooked meal, and good conversation. I leave you … Continue reading Easter still life
one word photo challenge: green
Though spring hasn't yet taken hold of the landscape, there's still plenty of green to be found. My instagram photo was taken out the kitchen window on the morning of Snowpocalypse 2014. I took the digital photograph later the same day; the temperature had warmed enough to melt the first snow, but more snow fell … Continue reading one word photo challenge: green
week(s) in photos
Photographing things to sell on ebay Attempting to capture steam on a cool day Skeleton key necklace for sale at Water Lily Thrift Cut and dyed my hair Tulips for Valentine's Day Daffodil in bloom Testing my new watermark New wall art arrangement
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A mysterious plump bud sprouted out from the ground several weeks ago. Today it revealed a vibrant yellow daffodil (thanks for identifying it for me, Gillian)!
by a different route
or, Why Walks are the Best After taking Daniel to school on Monday afternoon, I looked about me on the drive home and realized suddenly that it was a beautiful day. We had about a week and a half of weird, dreary weather; it messed with my mood - everything felt stagnant. But Monday was … Continue reading by a different route
by the creek at golden hour
When our original plans of visiting a nearby park were dashed, we simply ventured over to another one. It wasn't much for looks until the sun started pooling at that magic golden hour angle in the sky. Daniel found a beaten down pathway across the creek and we had a brief but satisfying outdoor adventure.
Picked up a bouquet of white and yellow mums and a box of chocolate croissants from Trader Joe's on Friday. Enjoying them both - and the light streaming in from our wood-framed window - this morning. The first week of 2013 was wonderful and the second one is off to a good start.