I spotted a big fat bee enjoying a floral feast and got to snapping photos. I love how they dart around without fear, getting close to my camera lens then taking flight to find the next heaping bowl of nectar.
This journal has turned into a place for photos and little else. I talk plenty in everyday life, but I haven't felt the need to reiterate here. I've always journaled in some form or the other, but with access to various social media platforms, I have so many ways to have my voice heard or … Continue reading april flowers
I think spring is really here this time around. The tree in the backyard is in bloom and the bees are happily feasting. I spent yesterday afternoon outside reading and dozing in the sun. I'm happy, energetic, hopeful. The Florida sun spoiled me and it's hard to endure long, dark winters, but it looks like … Continue reading trees, bees
First snow, then spring. It was a weird (and beautiful) week in Charlottesville. Looking forward to a warm weekend spent catching up with out-of-town friends.
This week I kept forgetting what color we were going for, so I never specifically pinpointed yellow tones. I was pleasantly surprised to see that I had exactly one instagram photo and one DSLR photo with clear pops of yellow. These pretty little flowers appeared in the planter outside our door this week; they didn't … Continue reading one word photo challenge: yellow
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
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
I haven't been able to get out much lately. Between being poor, the weather looking like the above every other day, and Daniel being bogged down with schoolwork, we've been hesitant to get out there and enjoy the Virginia landscape. But I'm pleased to tell you that even our meager, rented backyard holds treasures: a … Continue reading backyard