Archive for March, 2012

Candid Theme #36

Posted in Photography on March 30, 2012 by paintedmeadows

Now isn’t this sweet?  I love this photo.  Taken with my iPad2 and the previous photo of my little Saki was taken with my iPhone 4s, I forgot to mention that.

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Little Theme #175

Posted in Photography on March 30, 2012 by paintedmeadows

Little Saki is now almost 1 month old.  He is really hard to photograph because he is so dark and won’t co-operate!  lol  He is definitely little at about 25lbs and 22″ tall at the shoulder.  Sweetie though.

Surfaces Theme #312

Posted in Photography on March 28, 2012 by paintedmeadows

I love the surfaces of the amarylis.  The leaves are glossy and if you look closely at the petals there are sparkles.  Probably has to be viewed full screen.  I can’t wait to see what this flower looks like fully open!

Open Theme #216

Posted in Photography on March 28, 2012 by paintedmeadows

The same amyrilis shot taken with my sony macro lens.  SOOC  I love the differences.  I really needed this touch of spring today!!

Experimental Theme #96

Posted in Photography on March 28, 2012 by paintedmeadows

My amarylis is starting to bloom so I decided to play with it and different lenses.  This first one I experimented with my Lensbaby Composer with the Plastic optic and a 4mm macro lens.  I love the soft and almost dreamlike feel of it.  I am behind 3 days so this will be monday’s shot.  2 more coming up.

Rural Theme #263

Posted in Photography on March 25, 2012 by paintedmeadows

A common sight in the rural areas of northern Canada is the school bus shelter.  This is in our front yard by the road so the kids can get out of the snow, wind and in the spring, rain.  There is a window on the side and on the front with a light inside and a porch light for the dark mornings in winter.  Here you can see it in the light falling snow.  My husband built it from scratch from his own design.  He rocks!!

Trees Theme #333

Posted in Photography on March 24, 2012 by paintedmeadows

The tree in our front yard in the lightly falling snow.