Tuesday, April 26, 2011
So, I think one of these days I am seriously going to go into portrait photography as a profession. I absolutely love it! Just something that's so special when you capture that persons sweet smile at the right moment.
I've always thought bricks and train tracks would make awesome backgrounds, which they certainly did the other day. . In order: Casidy (my sister), Samantha (my sister) then the last two girls are two really sweet foreign exchange students. One is from Italy, the other is from Germany. I happened to meet these two at an Easter dinner on Sunday. It sure was a pleasant surprise. Thank you for the amazing day! Here are just a few pictures from a great day of shooting. Hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed taking them.
Happy Tuesday Everyone!
Posted by Kaylie Mae at 6:43 PM
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Friday, April 22, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
|(I kind of wish the fence wasn't in the background, but it's okay.)|
Dark Eyed Junco - lately I have spent a great deal of time near my bedroom window. Just mostly meditating and watching/photographing all of God's beautiful creations. Mainly, the birds near the feeder and surrounding area. I mean, how wonderful is it to hear the rain on the roof.... while the birds are singing their melodic tunes... and the rainbow out in the field?
The simple pleasures of life.
Flowers too. Who doesn't like flowers? From the great scents, to photographing, to planting, to whatever. They are an amazing creation. Even the bees and hummingbirds enjoy them.
Ah, I just love nature.
Have a great night!
Posted by Kaylie Mae at 8:45 PM
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
|Northern Flicker - this bird has been invading our bird feeders, which is rather odd behaviour for this woodpecker. It's been fun capturing it on camera though!|
|The following is just having fun with water droplets. With of course, macro filters!|
Then, it snowed!
After it snowed for a few hours..... the American Goldfinches arrived at our feeder!
Strange weather. We must be in Washington State.
Posted by Kaylie Mae at 7:15 PM