My boys love, love, love to play outside. This is one of their favorite parks. Notice how there’s a cemetery back there. Hmmmmm…is that normal to put a park right next to a cemetery?
You’ll have to trust me here. See down at the bottom right there’s a little green barrel and up from that is a little yellow sign? Well, that’s where the furry rabbits are. The sun was just too bright with horrendously annoying shadows forming on everything I tried to take a shot of. So, that’s as close to “furry” as I can share with you!
My husband is a semi-daredevil. Life with him is never dull. Here, his reflection is showing him climbing over some rocks. What you can’t see is the other side of the rock wall where there is a little “falls” and where it would be mighty dangerous to fall.
Have a wonderful week everyone!
Music has always been important to me. I never did learn to play the piano (properly) though. I wish I had.
These little suckers are a little piece of heaven on earth.
This is the last stack of heart marshmallows we have. Wouldn’t you know it, Charlie tried to grab the stack as I was trying to take a picture. Isn’t it kinda creepy how the marshmallows and his hands have the same texture?
I had visions of turning this into an Andy Warhol can picture, but I just concentrate long enopugh to accomplish that with the boys here. I do like the outcome of this one though after working with it for a few minutes in PSE 8.
I’m keepin’ it real here. This numbers shot (and the few others I took of this same package) turned out unsalvageable. But, I might try to just play it up as a cool new action set I’ve created called “Bar Goggles Blurry Baby”. Yeah, I’m gonna go with that instead. Like my new PSE action? ;)
Have a great week everyone!
We’re back from a mini vacation to Myrtle Beach and the Great Wolf Lodge. I’m overwhelmed with pictures even though I felt like I barely picked up my camera while we were away. Going away is great, but the transition back to the real world seems hard on us all. Saying “yes” and being said “yes” to is so much easier on everyone that the normal “no” of real life.
We weren’t in a hurry at all so we stopped several times. Charlie spotted a sign for “Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site” so we stopped to check it out. We, and lots of birds and a cat, were the only ones there.
There’s more to come! Up next is a cloudy day and night in Myrtle Beach…
Gift From the Heart
He doesn’t know it, but his little self is such a huge gift to me. His gifts of humor and cuteness brighten my every day!
Passions and Hobbies
Charlie (and Ryan) are passionate about football. Here, Charlie is studying the NFL teams. They pretend they play each team and make up this whole football story with the teams while they’re on the trampoline. It’s quite comical!
Five points to the person that can figure out what this has to do with a window. Oh, and go Pack go! I feel wrong saying that, being a life long Vikings fan, but I’m swallowing my pride and rooting for the Midwest!
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My activity today was working in aperture mode on my camera. I was playing with depth of field.
This week has been filled with enormously difficult decisions and hurts. Times like these make me realize that I am not in control of things that happen in this life and God is there to take them from me and to lean on. I am so thankful for that.
Have a great week everyone!