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Winter Wonderland Indeed!

I HAVE HAD THE MOST
SUPA DOOPA
WEEKEND! 
IT SNOWED THIS 
SATURDAY 
I'VE BEEN IN
PHOTOGRAPHY 
HEAVEN
MY WINDOW VIEW
SURPRISE SUNRISE GREETING
BETWEEN PAINTING MY BATHROOM
I SHOT 1000 SHOTS
I WAS IN PIC PARADISE!
BEING A PROLIFIC PIC POPPER
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
!!!!!
MY LOVE BECKONING
"WHAT ABOUT THE BATHROOM"

I SAID
"NO RUSH MY DARLING THE PIPES ARE FROZEN
WE WON'T BE ABLE TO SHOWER
ANYWAY"
!!!

Comments

rebecca said…
this morning we woke up to our first snow of the season. it is shimmery yet just a sprinkling compared to your wonderland.
you are beautiful...here in your "element" snapping thoughtfully at heaven.

and capture heaven,
you do!

xoxoxoxxo,
rebecca
Carola Bartz said…
I wish we had a morning like that here. I love taking snow pictures, but alas no snow here. Have to wait until winter break... Great photos. I need to learn your "shooting from the hip" technique!
Charlotte said…
I'd really love to get lost in something the way you do in your photography. I could see you making breakfast one second and the next you'd be in the garden or at some obscure angle having seen something that only the most gifted of eyes see through their art. I guess it takes time to develop the skill so will keep looking for my hobbylust.
Kat Sloma said…
Oh, heaven! I love the one with the blurry snow around the edges, framing the image so beautifully.

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