For the final post in this short series. This might end up being the longest…but I don’t know for sure. We were visiting some friends…this post has water, miniature ponies, azaleas, and swinging. Plus some more randomness.
Going home I shot pictures from the windows.
That’s a wrap, folks.
I hope you enjoyed this little four-part series. I could have added tons more than I did…but my memory is really getting small now.
Sometimes the ‘adventure’ is right on your property.
Sometimes you’ll have to walk a ways.
Sometimes you won’t have to.
Today was one of those ‘won’t have to’ days. There was a lovely puddle, and the green grass was wet and crisp- instead of soggy. 😀 And I was barefoot. Now, I wasn’t born a country-girl. But maybe we can say I’m adopted? The city isn’t for me.
p.s. I try not to use my big zoom lens (300mm) too often because the pictures seem to be less high quality than when I use my 50mm. But all of these were 300mm except the water drops. Wouldn’t want to disturb God’s creation! 😛
“Aliquotiens means ‘several times’ or ‘many times’.”
Time for another adventure! This time we will roam all over the Figura property and beyond during the golden hour. Expect to see dogs, nature, a barn, and lots of golden light + some black and white (I am a poet, and you did not know it 😛 ).
It’s amazing the kinds of things you find when on an adventure. I found an old children’s keyboard in the junky section behind our property.
I actually have a new model to show some of my work on!
It worked out perfectly. I had gotten Lydia (a teenage friend) to promise to take photos with me. She wasn’t overly thrilled, but then the day she came over she was all excited. I let her borrow one of my dresses and we went for a semi-modern semi-medieval look. I love how the photos turned out (BTW, I just got a 50mm portrait lens!).
This is an on-camera filter that I applied for fun.
And then Ellie jumped in for a portrait plus a few photos with Lydia…
Then we went into a barn and I took a photo…then put a filter on it later 🙂 …
“The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a magical event. You go to bed in one kind of a world and wake up in another quite different, and if this is not enchantment then where is it to be found?”
~J. B. Priestley
I have been waiting so impatiently for the first fall of snow here. No, it wasn’t much–but OH! It was enough. Ever since watching the newer version of Narnia (I don’t know if anyone else has experienced this?)–I can’t wait to crunch around in the snow and eat turkish delight. I haven’t ever had it before, but it looks so good 🙂 . And now the snow has come.