Falyn stayed with her Ammie while Dave, Mark and I went south so they could work on a tractor while I wandered around the farm taking photos. I kept saying, like I’ve been saying for the past week, “I want to see flowers already!” After I was done wandering around I sat down in the … Continue reading
I discovered it was a warm day after dressing Falyn in a long sleeve shirt, pants and boots and taking her outside. Why I didn’t look at the forecast, I don’t know. So we changed clothes and went back outside this evening so she could enjoy the amazing weather — which she didn’t take for … Continue reading
Yesterday my new lens came in the mail, so naturally Falyn was stalked by me all day as I played with the new piece of equipment. It didn’t end today either. I’ve been taking photos all day, and decided to put a few together in a blog post to share.
This past Saturday we had a cattle drive — my very first one! I worked very hard moving the cattle to another field. <– Joke. I did photograph it though and that’s what this post is going to consist of. I avoid taking photos when it’s super bright, near midday or midday like it’s the … Continue reading
This morning as I was getting my breakfast ready I was inspired to take some “red” themed photos today. These three were my favorites. Although red isn’t my favorite color, I think it is gorgeous. It’s such a vibrant and eye-catching color! :)
Guess whose favorite fruit is the banana? I’ll give you a hint: she’s in the background! Sitting backwards on a chair. Such a rebel.Lunch time .
My little darling. This afternoon she came trotting happily out of her bedroom with her sunglasses on so we took a bunch of photos with her and her sunglasses. Our little photo shoot ended with a hair band and tutu, haha. At the end of it she decided she want to play with the headband … Continue reading
The end of my 365 project is coming up soon. Every time I post a photo to the album on Facebook I look at the very first photo I took for the project. I’m amazed at the difference between the first and last photo every time, and I know I’ll improve more and more with … Continue reading