Take notice…

I posted this photo on Facebook this weekend. I loved the softness of the colors and the details of the flower center. It caught my mother’s eye as well. She told me she just loved this photo. Today my mother texted me a quote that my dad suggested I incorporate into a blog post. Together,…

Lens Artists Photo Challenge # 103 ~Surprise

Yesterday morning on my early walk, I ran across some beautiful flower bushes, dried and flowerless after the spring flowers had faded away. I remembered taking photos of those huge bushes when the flowers were blooming, full of green bushy foliage. I looked back into my March photos and found them, it doesn’t appear I…

A Photo a Week Challenge: Anything

Recently I happened upon a post at brashley.photography on “twirling” through Photoshop. What was super fun, was to find the instructions included, on how to create similar photos as the one posted on the site. I want to learn more on Photoshop. Below you will see my twirling result on the top photo, and the…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #101 – One Single Flower

On a morning walk last month, this single flower, petals glowing from the morning sunlight, caught my eye as I approached from behind. It stood out to me, all alone, as the sun lit up the yellow petals. I thought it was the perfect flower for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by my favorite…

Rambling milkweed and honey bee

I love this rambling milkweed that entwines itself throughout a bush that grows on the property line between our neighbor’s house and ours (technically on their properly). The vines are fascinating. The flowers and buds are beautiful. Oddly, the seed pods smell like onion and they produce a milky juice that feels sticky. Sunday morning…