This is the traditional interpretation … entryway. Browse to the next post for an inspired interpretation. 😉
The Daily Post challenge had a nice little narrative on the meaning of the word possibility. This photo is a take on the “possiblities of everyday items” theme. If you follow my blog, you know I take photos of flowers … frequently. I also make flowers out of paper, sort of a second hobby I … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Possibility 2
My comfort zone is my kitchen. I spend more time there than anywhere else in the house, seriously. In just a few short weeks, I’ll be roasting and whipping and carving for my family’s Thanksgiving feast. I’ve already started trolling through my cookbooks and clippings and kitchen scrapbooks to find inspiration for my menu. After … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort
Let me start off by saying I’m not fully satisfied with how this shot turned out. This is my attempt at capturing the making of a Baquardi Sunset cocktail for the weekly challenge. I like the stop action effect, but I’m not happy with the coloration. Indoor photography has never been a strength. Perhaps after … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Sunset
To me fall means wilted flowers and emerging seeds, which bring fabulous colors and textures as they gear up for the next generation of blooms. This is one of my favs from last fall (it’s not quite fall yet here, so I pulled from the archives). – Posted using BlogPress from my iPad
So, I’m seeing that others post more than one photo for the Weekly Photo Challenge. I’ve enjoyed perusing the faces. So, here’s another in my “series.” This is the other half of the pet family in our home. Meet Bosley, our Chihuahua. He’s the dearest, most lovable pet EVER. Anyway, he’s generally the target of … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces #2
This is my little beauty. She’s a bit shy, so she watches the world from her little corner.