Hello everyone! A few days ago I was taking some pictures for Hannah's photography contest, and I decided to photograph some of the buttercups that are everywhere right now. I was originally taking a picture of our black cat, Jinx, with a buttercup crown for the contrast category, so I'll start with those photos. Allison … Continue reading Sunny Buttercups & Sulky Felines
How is everyone doing this fine March day? (Greeting credit to Clara XD) Time for another random post from me. This will be partly a photography post, but as it would be short with only my photos, I will be sharing some of my favorite donkey photos with you. 🙂 And then to add yet … Continue reading Raindrops on Windshields and Books in Libraries (+ DONKEYS) (+PRINTABLES)
Greetings/salutations/hello/etc! Today I have some photos that Allison and I took in a recent photoshoot we did. In fact, they are so recent that Allison hasn't posted them yet! This is a never before seen photoshoot on my blog! Shocking. *weeks later* Hehe. Well Allison still hasn't posted it, but I can't say it's terribly … Continue reading Fences, Roses, and Dreary Weather (+ an Award)
Today I'm going to be sharing some of my photography I've taken over the last little while with my sister's DSLR. I don't regularly use it, but Allison does let me take pictures with it occasionally.
Hello everyone! I hope you're having a good Tuesday. As I was typing the title I realized that our bovine are naturally black and white, but the cows I'll be showing you today are actually some cows that just moved to our farm and are not black and white, although the pictures are. The lighting … Continue reading Black & White Bovine
Yes, I am aware that it's October. But technically, it's been fall for only two weeks. So I shall do a summer post. I feel like this is some sort of tag or something, because first Clara did it, then Allison did it saying that Clara did it, then Charis did it saying that Allison … Continue reading Summer In Review
(Title credits to my cousin.) Yesterday afternoon I wanted Allison to take a picture of me for my about page that I'm revamping, and Allison wanted me to take pictures of her for... something. Anyway, I had a lot of fun using Allison's dSLR (anyone want to give me a dSLR?). She also took a … Continue reading The Camera That Shot Me
I need to work on my titles. It's time for more pictures of the baby bunnies! This time I'll be posting pictures of the other three rabbits besides Basil. First up, Ginger! Ginger is so cute and photogenic. He's Allison's bunny - at least until we sell them. After I took pictures of Ginger, I … Continue reading Baby Bunnies (Again)
I recently went out to the garden to take some pictures of the gorgeous zinnias we planted, but I decided to take pictures of the other ripening produce as well.First of all, the green beans. I'm not a huge green bean enthusiast, although canned green beans can taste pretty good. The rows of green beans … Continue reading Garden Photography
My mom found some really neat books that are over one hundred years old, and a few days ago I had some fun taking pictures of them. The wind was actually quite helpful in turning the pages of the books.The books are called "The Century" and all of them have sates on the back, such … Continue reading Wind-Blown Pages
I have various bits of photography from the past week or two (or three), and today I have a collaboration of some of my favorite photos. Enjoy!
We recently got some Christmas lights, and we put some up around our banister and front porch. I had fun messing around with some close-ups. I ended up taking around 200 pictures, but I've narrowed them down to the best ones for y'all. 😉 Aren't Christmas lights so pretty? 🙂 I found this extremely useless … Continue reading Christmas Light Photography
Woah... I can't think of any better title. Hehe. Anyway, Allison and I did a photoshoot of each other a few weeks ago, and now I'm posting the pictures I got. (Well obviously, Megan.) If you want to see the pictures Allison got of me you can go here. And now for some polls. I'm have very … Continue reading Experimental Photoshoot in an Alfalfa Field