Taking macro photos opens up a whole new world to me. I love seeing things from a different perspective and scale. If you look closely you might see a couple of critters in this dandelion. And the bluegreen color in the background is from a waterhose.
May 22, 2010
May 19, 2010
This photo was taken from inside the little Chapel at the Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg. For me it's a window of hope for those that are waiting to hear the Gospel. How sad it is when many of our churches shut out the light and keep everything they learn of God within their walls. God said for the church to go–not stay.
May 16, 2010
Several of my best girlfriends took one of our friends "in custody" for the day and went to Roanoke for some shopping and fun. Betty Sue (above) needed some R&R and we were happy she did as it got us all out of the house for the day without our husbands. As for the picture with the stuffed animals, we all picked out one we thought best represented us! LOL!!!
The day was so much fun and we were all worn out when we got home that night. It was such a sucess that we're going to make this a habit several times a year.
May 12, 2010
Last Sunday I took Senior photos of twin boys that I hadn't seen since they were literally babies! Jonathon and Jeffrey were great to work with and didn't seem to mind all of the twin comments I made. What didn't surprise me was they both had girlfriends, but what did surprise me was that one's name was Laura and the other one was Lauren! How freaky is that.... I guess that's twins for you!
May 10, 2010
I had the pleasure of photographing a young lady who just finished high school. Melissa is a sweet girl with a wonderful smile. We spent an hour or so at Sweet Briar College, mostly down at the boat house, to get a variety of senior photos. The day was perfect, though a bit windy and as you can see, Melissa's long hair just did what it wanted to do in all that wind.
May 8, 2010
Meet Daisy–Leigh Anne's new lab mix puppy. Daisy was adopted from the Humane Society. She has got to be the most gentle and best behaved puppy I've ever had the pleasure to meet. You might notice the healed wound under her neck...supposedly another dog attacked her at the shelter. It's a blessing that Leigh Anne rescued her. She is in good hands now. And as Leigh Anne can attest to, it takes a village to raise a puppy.