Blog Archives

In Honor of…..

….EARTH DAY

My shadow also known as my grandson Arai, was helping me pull weeds in the flower bed today.  He wants to do what mom-mom is doing but his attention span needs to be a bit longer.  I did more calling him back to help me finish me then he actually worked.  He is a work in progress….

 

 

 

Thanks for visiting!!

Monochrome Monday: Droplets

Slight twist on some tulips.

Thanks for visiting!

Cluster of Love

 

Thanks for visiting!

The chicks have hatched! 18/30

The Chicks and Hens have bloomed.

I was expecting really brilliant and detailed flowers since the plant itself is not very detailed or colorful. But it is not.  It looks very delicate and the petals are a very soft pink.

What do you think?

SONY DSC

The Chicks have hatched!

Thanks for visiting!

Looking at the details 17/30

Entered into this weeks Daily Post Challenge: Details

 

Thanks for visiting!

Have you ever seen this? 13/30

I have these succulents, Chick’s and Hens, that were originally my Grandmother’s so these plants are old.  I do not recall ever seeing them grow like this.

Have you ever seen them grow like this?   Is this something that only happens sometimes?

 

Phonto

Did you notice the giant spiderweb?

Thanks for visiting! 

Standing Out 9/30

Today I did not go out and take any pictures.  Traci and I planned to go to Wildwood NJ to see sand sculptures and taste some BBQ at the competition going on this weekend but the weather looked like rain all day.  Hopefully we can go tomorrow, the weather is looking better.

So I stayed home and watched a YouTube video by Terry White on the 10 things you need to know about Photoshop.  Some of the things were the same or very similar as Photoshop Elements so I am not as uneducated as I thought but it did show that I have sooooo much to learn.

I worked some more on selective color and adjusting the exposure  Here is todays project.

Selective Color 1

 

Thanks for visiting!

 

Bulleyes

Queen Anne’s Lace.  I have seen this a thousand times and never realized that it was red in the center.  It may only be on certain ones or I just never really looked not sure.

queenanneslace

 

Thanks for visiting!

Dreams To Be

This plant is waiting for a dreamer to come along and make a wish and blow all the feather like seeds away.

dreams to be

 

Thanks for visiting!

Sea of Yellow

yellow star1

Once again I do not know its name. Prior to the blooms it look a something from the succulent family. Now with a sea of yellow star flowers I am not sure.

 

yellow star2

 

Thanks for visiting!

%d bloggers like this: