Archive for February, 2010

Feb 28 2010

Chasing bubbles

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It’s been a weekend of fun with the grandkids. Today was a gorgeous day in Georgia so they are wrapping up the weekend blowing and chasing bubbles. Their laughter is echoing through the neighborhood!  I want to explore more about shadows in pictures. I love capturing  shadows but need to see some good creative examples […]

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Feb 27 2010

Jilaine

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Practicing on portraits with the grandkids!

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Feb 26 2010

Grandkids

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All the grandkids are here for the weekend. Hooray!

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Feb 25 2010

Alstroemeria

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My longing to have some color around prompted me to pick these fresh flowers up this evening at the grocery store.

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Feb 24 2010

Liberty Clock

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Tonight I was practicing using black and white foam core boards as backgrounds.

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Feb 23 2010

wall decor

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I’ve been working on getting a good shot of this wall decor for a while. This is the best I’ve done so far but I’m still working at it.

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Feb 22 2010

Rolling down the hill

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Genesis and I went out together to try to capture some interesting shots. She was excited about her success and celebrated with an impromptu roll down the hill! I just had a moment to react!!

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Feb 21 2010

A rug is transformed

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Everything in my house is fair game as far as Genesis, my granddaughter, is concerned. I couldn’t resist taking this picture today of my newly designed living room rug. The flat glass stones have been carefully distributed around the rug to make boundaries for her stuffed animals, people, or other items.  I don’t know where […]

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Feb 20 2010

goose reflection

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I spent some time today at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, GA. Their web site states “In stillness, in the beauty of nature, in the healing rhythm of the contemplative lifestyle in the presence of a praying Community. Here you may Retreat, Rest, Reflect, and Renew.” Capturing the goose’s reflection fits the […]

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Feb 19 2010

Just imagine!

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These flat glass stones make wonderful play items for children. Genesis uses them to sort, count, create, write words, make pictures, share, shake , make up or adapt games, and just let her imagination soar. She loves them!

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