I made it!
365 days of shooting *something* everyday. I can’t say I would want to sell all those photos taken, but a few of them are worthy.
It’s going to be weird getting up tomorrow and not having to find something to photograph. Hmm. Maybe I’ll do it anyway, this isn’t something a person can go cold turkey on!
Happy New Year everybody. Thanks for sticking it out with me.
A few more from the farm. As the summer goes on, each day brings new things to photograph out there.
These fuzzy purple blossoms have been popping up in other people’s beds out at the farm lately. I know they have been planted intentionally, but I don’t know what they are. I sat down to photograph them, and was lucky enough to have the company of a few bees who had also noticed the opening blooms.
I took this photo, and after editing it, I decided that it should include a quote.
I’ve been looking, searching a number of different topics, websites, and ideas, but so far, each of the quotes I’ve tried just haven’t been the right fit.
Do you have any suggestions?
Spent some time with this lovely lily today out at the farm.
I bought this new plant over the weekend called a Sun Star.
The following are my favorites from my little mini session this evening.
I stuck my Ranunculus in my light box the other day, the results of which you can see here.
As their blooms gets bigger and broader, I can’t help but take more photos. This is my first year of having some of these plants around the house, and I love them!
Aaaand something else. not quite sure what this one is called, or how it will look fully bloomed, but I’m looking forward to find out!
It’s slowly getting warmer, and I am starting to see more green everywhere I look.
The Indian Plum is making a big comeback, and like I’ve said before, it’s nice to be able to identify it!
Also showing their faces everywhere were these little white daisy-type flowers that hangout in the grass.
Also known as Galanthus, was spotted today as I strolled through the Lake Wilderness Arboretum in Maple Valley.
Because not much else is blooming yet, these little white flowers were easy to spot from a distance.