Playing catch-up with the 52-week photography challenge. Week 31: Friends & Family Story Telling: Friends and Family "Telling the story of someone you know well is sometimes the hardest story to tell." This little Kubota tractor belonged to our beloved neighbor and friend David Otto. Sadly, he passed this past January. Yet his memory lives [...]
October, a month of warm weather turned cold quickly. The beginning of the month I was in shorts and now it's fire time! I do love the fall and the beautiful colors of the forest. A delicious plate of fruit goodness, part of our weekly Sunday brunch! Additional touches for The Shanty, solar lights and [...]
While we were out and about today, I snapped this photo with my cell phone as we filled up our water jugs at the local spring. This photo represents security to me. Wide open spaces, very few people or buildings with sky, trees, green grass and a farmer's field where food is grown. Everyone's idea [...]
And January is gone, just like that! My goal for January, come up with a blogging schedule for 2017. Mission accomplished, after some debating and researching. For the remaining 11 months of this year, I intend to blog twice weekly. Notice the word intend. This means some weeks I'll blog twice, some once and some [...]
April has been the most dramatic in terms of changes in our forest. It has been amazing to watch new life spring up. I always love watching the trees go from bare to buds to full leaves. With this beautiful spring transformation, I am breaking the "rules" by sharing more than 20 photos. Some I [...]
The challenge: "This week, photograph a stationary subject from three different angles." I have passed this tree many times while hiking our trails. Each time I stop and admire the plant wrapping itself around this small tree in order to obtain more light. Nature is awesome! While playing around with different angles, I noticed the [...]
This particular photo, taken at Yosemite National Park last summer, encompasses my inspirations all in one photo. I have always been inspired by water (rivers, lakes, streams, oceans, waterfalls), mountains, and remote natural places. Shane and I spent a few hours here. This spot was devoid of people and we loved every peaceful moment.