Monthly Archives: October 2009
Chelsea and her family live down the street from me, and I’ve taught two of her younger sisters. Well, I’ve taught one, and another is currently in my class. And, I may just get to teach the youngest in a few years. Chelsea was so fun to
We had such a great time in Atlanta this weekend! I was so glad that Emily was as eager to take pictures as I was, so I came home with over 500 new photos to choose from. Here’s a peek at what I’ve done so far… Sweet Margot – 2
I absolutely can’t wait for this weekend, when I’ll get to take pictures of people again! So far, I’ve got photography plans for Saturday, Sunday and Monday, so I’m trying to calm myself down. Until then, these are some photos I took
I’ve just discovered a new love – textures. I realize they’re not right for every photo, but when used the right way they can really add something amazing. Yesterday I noticed that the bumblebees are almost frozen still on the flowers now
I’m the oldest of seven cousins from the Huizer side of my family. For a long while, I was the only girl cousin, and a tomboy at that. However, once in a while my girly side would come out, especially after I found a closetful of vintage dresses.
Last night we headed to the fair with the Edwards family. Before we even walked into the gates, there was talk of what foods we would search out first. Stacey in particular was hoping to eat at least 5,000 calories – which at first was a joke, but
I just picked up a bag of popcorn by the wrong end, and then proceeded to pour it all out. Thank goodness I wasn’t so clumsy with the completely full can of coke… So, is it weird that my first thought was to take a picture of it? Wait.
Macon has finally hit the big time – we’ve got a Mellow Mushroom! (And I gotta say I feel a bit special, as one of the owners is a friend.) These are a few of the shots I took inside the shroom the other day… As you walk inside,
I took a wrong turn as I was driving the other day, so I followed a road that I don’t normally take. In fact, I’ve never really been down that road, but I’m glad I took that wrong turn. I saw these gorgeous yellow flowers, from a weed of
Having grown up just outside Atlanta, I knew at a young age that cotton was/is grown in the south. However, I was quite a “city kid,” so today might have been the first time I’ve ever seen a cotton plant up close. Can you believe
This is my favorite new find!