Monday, April 14, 2014

Spring Classics

Just popping in today, spur of the moment, to share a few spring classics. I'm practicing with my macro lens and tripod today . . . in pursuit of spring. . . daffodils, grape hyacinths, and apple tree blossoms.





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  1. Gorgeous! Love this post and all the flower pictures :) And yes, my soul is alive!

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    1. Thanks, Mona. Wish I could learn to edit my photos as you do yours - that lovely soft effect of your images. And of course, those sweet girls of yours. My 17 year old son is not so keen on having his picture taken, so flowers will have to do!

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  2. So beautiful. I love my macro lens.

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    1. Hi Sarah, I popped over to you blog and thoroughly enjoyed your latest entry in the Coffee Shop Chronicles. What a wonderful story! Send any macro tips my way!

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  3. Love the complication photo, very nice angle with the book!

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    1. Jeany, One of the nice things about linking up with Kim Klassen is how many wonderful sources of inspiration. I got the idea to put the little grape hyacinths along the book page from another great photographer on Kim's link up. So much fun!

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  4. I think you have found a bit of spring - all so lovely...I'm hoping to do the same today as well...

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    1. Amy, Looks like you find beauty everywhere as I can see from you beautiful photo note cards. You have such a lovely aesthetic for nature and all it's elements. Love your gardening pictures!

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  5. Gorgeous. Just beautiful. We still have bits of snow. Im just waiting and gossh thats so hard at times.

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    1. Lisa, I just visited your Red Willow Photography again this morning. Those gorgeous scenes of the sunrise and the sea . . . they bring both peace and promise. I've copied your words regarding peace and printed them for my studio as a reminder of how I want to approach life. I signed up to follow your blog (or at least I think I did. I am sometimes challenged by the technology - and get lost along the way!) Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  6. So so lovely, just speaks to the heart of mine.

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