I’ve been using a camera for a long time.  I started off with 35mm cameras, taking my first photography class as a summer course when I was in middle school, and taking Photography as a project all 10 years that I was in 4-H. I got my 1st SLR (single lens reflex) camera when I…

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The county fair starts this Sunday, which means that I’m working on gathering things up to exhibit in Open Class again. Between the pregnancy and Mildred showing up. I’ve hardly had time to do much in the way of crafty projects in the last year.  I do have a couple of quilts that I haven’t…

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I just realized that I haven’t told all my lovely blog followers that I got my hair cut recently.  It’s been hot and humid around here for a while now, and I’ve not been able to do anything with my hair, so I had it all chopped off.  It’s similar to the cut I used…

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Summer is time for swimming, and apparently time for ducks at my house. It’s also a time full of fluffy baby kittens. What does summertime mean for you? Save

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I love black and white photography. Really, I just love a black and white color palette. And books, and quilts. So, I included all of them in this week’s photo project.

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Good news everyone! I just opened up an online store through Redbubble.  This store will allow me to sell prints and products featuring some of my photography and artwork.  You can get to the store any time by clicking on the link to the store in the menu bar, or the shopping cart icon in…

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This week’s #EverydayProject52 photography challenge was negative space.  For that, I went with my go-to photography subjects- flowers.  I love being able to take photos of flowers, they’re beautiful without any effort from me, and I can usually get some great negative space in closeups. Do you love taking photos of your kids? Landscapes? Flowers?…

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I was supposed to write up a post with photos from nature for this week’s #EverydayProject52 post. But when I got home, I found out that our outside kitten, Geordi, died today. Matt found him out by the road. So, I don’t feel much like sharing photos of bright flowers. Instead, I thought I would…

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From where I stand, clutter is a symptom of a creative mind. The walls in my office at work are covered in art and inspiration. I even have a shelf full of fun toys – I swear I don’t play with them at work – that make me happy to look at. Of course, my…

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