This morning one of the dogs drug in a dried leaf. Is it really fall already? Instead of picking up the leaf immediately I observed how the light from the North window worked as a back light. Yes, I took pictures of it because I liked the lighting and the shadow it created. That one is on my Facebook. Then I thought, “how would it light a fruit?” So, I used a red pear but the pear, unlike the leaf needed a little more light to bring out the colors on the front of it. I used a white board. As you can see the very bottom of the pear didn’t get any light. I processed using a free action from Coffeeshop.
Tasha is a 12 or 13ish year old Pit Bull – she’s a total sweetie. Melissa and Gino asked me to do their family photos because Tasha has recently been diagnosed with a brain tumor. She is definitely their baby. She has a great disposition and it was a pleasure meeting her. I’m really honored that Melissa and Gino asked me to photograph them. Especially since Melissa does some photography of her own. Thank you for letting me share a small part of your life.
To see more from this session check out my facebook page.
To those of you who follow my blog please pardon my absence. I needed some time to rest and recoup and get some things in order. I’m still working on the “order” think but I feel 100% better than I had been feeling. Thanks for continuing to follow.
The child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him.”
How appropriate that for the first day of summer this princess decides to play with butterfly wings. She buzzed around the yard for a while.
We played, we colored, we crafted. What a perfect summer evening.
When spring came around this year I was getting ready to take the winter wreath down from the side of the house (our main entrance) and I noticed that a Robin had started nesting there. Well, if she thought it good enough to nest there who was I to say any different. I’ve been keeping my eye on her. I’ve re-routed traffic to and from my side door. She had two birds but only one made it. Today I noticed he was out of the nest and on my stairs. That was a good six-foot fall. I noticed mom was back and forth feeding it and teaching it how to eat off of the ground. Out came the yellow police tape. Just to make sure no one would come by and disturb the baby. LOL
Well she moved him again. They are across the yard and under the picnic table. So it’s o.k. to use my door once again. LOL