Tag Archive: art

It’s All In The Details

Since I have been doing photography I find that I notice the minute details in everyday scenes around me. The way light illuminates the top of trees as the sun is rising in… Continue reading

172/365 Pick of the Day

109/365 Flying

 

103/365 Wychmere Harbor Harwichport Cape Cod

102/365 Cape Cod Playground

85/365 Rustic Windowbox

82/365 Tea

So I say “My dear if you could give me a cup of tea to clear my muddle of a head I should better understand your affairs.” And we had the tea and… Continue reading

In the Early Morning Light

Print available for purchase here… As I stood at my kitchen window the other morning I watched as the sun was slowly rising. It cast a gorgeous glow through the flowers as it… Continue reading

Boston Public Garden, Massachusetts

The Boston Public Garden really are a magical place especially on a beautiful sunny day. It is the perfect place for just slowly wandering, seeing gorgeous flower, swan boats filled with people and… Continue reading

Hidden Talent

I am still doing my still life photography class but things have been so crazy over the past couple months that I don’t always have the time to compose the shot and take… Continue reading

Gold Finch

Print available for purchase here I’m not quite sure what it is about birds but I am totally drawn to them. I have a bird feeder set up so I can watch them… Continue reading

Contrasts in shadow and color

I was setting up for an elaborate still life photograph and was assembling my props. Once I put the fruit on the black and white plates my heart stopped. I was done. I absolutely loved the… Continue reading

Be Still – Week 4

Week four of my Still Life course and I have been having so much fun. Mixing backgrounds and trying to come up with interesting pairings that are appealing to look at. It makes… Continue reading

Another Fabricated Still Life

So far I like this still life the best. I had a great time setting up this shot. I had to squat on a chair and shoot at an angle. I didn’t care… Continue reading

Be Still 52 – Week 3

I am participating in a new course offered by Kim Klassen “Be Still – 52” . It ‘s purpose is to teach us to slow down, breathe and be still before you point… Continue reading

Boston Harbor

When you visit Boston there is the most wonderful “Harbor Front Walk”. It meanders its way along all the wharfs in Boston from the North End right on down the line. On a… Continue reading

TECHNIQUE or ART?

I recently read several different blog posts from some wonderful photographers that said vision is more important than technique. While I agree vision is important my take on the subject is spontaneity is… Continue reading

Just Can’t Get Enough of These Flowers

Our Word View – Word of the Week = MIRACLE

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

Trust Your Gut

I love photography. My husband will tell you I am obsessed. If I am not taking pictures I am editing them. I never tire of spending time on it. In fact there is… Continue reading

Could It Be The Final Snowstorm of the Season

Winter is slowly coming to an end. I think! In fact here in Massachusetts at this moment we are once again experiencing another two day Nor’easter. Parts of the state will be receiving… Continue reading

Snow and Water

I love the contrast between crisp white snow against the darkness of cold, winter water.

Straight Out of Currier and Ives

While in Maine this past weekend we popped over to another Town nearby called Bridgton.  What a phenomenal little Town. It had virtually everything you could need but was exceedingly picturesque. Off the Main drag and in… Continue reading

A Reminder of Spring

  Just a splash of color and a reminder that yes spring really is just around the corner. Let’s hope!  

Our Word View – Word of the Week = HOME

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE… Continue reading

A Breech in the Dunes

Today Hubby and I drove down to one of the beaches in our Town. This particular beach forms a large sandbar, which is a barrier between the ocean and marsh and the center… Continue reading

Thistle Four Different Ways

The Kiss

I love this image. This is of my daughter and her husband. It was taken last week on the day he graduated from the Police Academy. I snapped it right after she pinned… Continue reading

One Image Processed Seven Ways

Here is one image processed seven different ways. The first photo is my favorite. The final photo is the original, untouched picture. Which of the images do you prefer? My favorite is the… Continue reading

Self Portrait Friday 2/1/13

Anyone who does self portraits knows that taking pictures of yourself is the hardest. I think we are the worst critics of ourselves. “No that angle isn’t flattering.” “Oh my god I look… Continue reading

Cardinals

My favorite bird is a Cardinal. I’m not sure if it’s the red color (which just happens to be my favorite also) but I love them. I can hear their “Peep” no matter… Continue reading

A Day of Family

Emma listening to the Aunts and Nana Sunday we celebrated my daughter Allison’s 28th and her husband Chris’ 29th  birthday’s. It was a wonderful day spent with family. My son Bob, his girlfriend… Continue reading

Self Portrait Friday 1/25/13

Current self portrait.

Another Little Indulgence – Morgan

 

Just Having Some Fun

Totally and completely just playing with some processing techniques.

Our Word View – Word of the Week = SHINE

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

50,000+ Views – A Milestone

Holy cow! 50,000+ views! I don’t know what others may think but I am very pleased with that! Most of these were on my Blogger Blog where I originally began. My new WordPress… Continue reading

The Sharpness of Shadow

I know you’re thinking why did she post this photograph? Right? Well as I was walking by the kitchen counter the shadow that this silverware cast against the cupboard just caught my attention.… Continue reading

Wrought Iron and Old Buildings

I have a thing for old buildings and wrought iron. I’m not sure why but when I see a beautiful old Brownstone combined with ornate wrought iron my head is just filled with… Continue reading