It’s become somewhat of a tradition to try a new photo technique during the holidays.
I must admit that I squealed when I saw the results.
I hope your holidays make you squeal in one way or another.
Seen: through the eye of Holga. I convinced students to be models for my weird, colorful vision. I hope it turns out….
Heard: vinyl every day. I was pleased with which records presented themselves while reorganizing.
Smelled: breakfast in bed made by my main man. I’m a lucky girl.
Tasted: Sweeticles. I’ve talked about them before, and I am positive I’ll talk about them again.
Felt: the wind. We have our own little forest behind our new house and the wind blowing through those trees sounds like ghosts. Nancy also enjoys the leaves that get thrown about.
What have your senses picked up on?
p.s. This idea is borrowed from a blogger whose amazing Polaroids I have crushed on forever.
Long time no see!
With Christmas always comes some fun photography stuff and this year was no exception. Not only did I receive a Spinner 360, a Nishika 3D camera and a film scanner, my main man spoiled me with a Rebel T1I DSLR! I have to admit….though I have pretty good control with the Holga, there’s really not much to it. So I’ve got a lot of learning to do!
The last little bit from Christmas I still need to take down:
And my fave from the photoshoot for my sister’s band Valleytown:
I think I’m in love.
We’ve welcomed a new member into our little family. Not ready for the human version, but another furry one will do just fine.
Please welcome Petunia!
She’s pretty amazing.
One of my favorite summer pastimes is a day at Cedar Point. My family has been going there since before I can remember. The Diaster Transport is one of the rides that I could ride before I was big enough for the really scary ones, so it has kind of a special place in my heart.
They’ve torn it down.
Yep, it, along with the Space Needle, are now a pile of rubble. But we took a day this summer to enjoy it one last time….
Nice day for it.
There she is.
All very sad, except for Scott apparently.
One last time.
A collection of sorts.
Oh, THIS guy.
A really nice, but extremely hot, day that I will remember forever.
Aruba was…..incredible. Not a vacation where you do too much, but that’s the whole point. Time well spent with just each other and a few little adventures. I had my trusty Konica C35 in tow.