I took these photos on the weekend while walking in one of my favorite woods. Some of the photos are taken with Camera+, one with qbro, some with Instagram, and some with Hipstamatic.
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This is just a fun photo of my own shadow that I took while out for a walk several days ago. The sidewalk chalk flowers were huge, and I thought my shadow – made super skinny by the setting sun – looked interesting in contrast to them. This photo also makes me think of my [...]
Last week I swung with my mother on my parents’ two-seater garden swing. Summer bliss. I appreciate swings. And summer.
Taken this past weekend (although I forget where – isn’t that funny?). Pretty white peonies with yellow centres…
One of my favorite, favorite smells of all time is the delicate scent of linden blossoms. Yesterday when I was taking my daily lunchtime walk I noticed it – the lindens were finally out! This is a photo I took of the linden tree I was passing at the time. I remember reading once that [...]
Last week I participated in an annual ritual: Attending my niece’s dance recital. It’s been so heartwarming to see her grow and develop as a dancer over the years – from a baby ballerina at four years old to the stunning young dancer that she is today. I love the behind-the-scenes rituals, too – the [...]
I took these photos in my parents’ garden several days ago. I think this is called a mock orange bush (but I may be wrong). It’s pretty, whatever it is. I appreciate pretty.
I have no time to write a blog post today. But I can appreciate peonies. Update on the morning of June 1: Last night I took some more photos, below. I love flowers when they’re starting to wilt and fade…
I took these photos a couple of weekends ago when I was walking in the woods. I don’t know why, but I love photographing dandelions. I also got some shots of some unknown (to me) wildflowers. The lilies of the valley at the end aren’t actually wild – I shot those in the back lane [...]
The purple maple outside my front room window is filling out with leaves. I appreciate the passage of time. Photo theme for April: Renewal