“Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.” Dorothea Lange . . These photos and negatives are all from the 1920s, and include photos from when my grandparents were courting, and a Christmas portrait of my mom and her big brother. (The Brownie camera belonged to my father-in-law.) Does anyone …
The word for today’s Advent-Photo-a-Day is JOY. What fills your heart with joy this Advent season?
This year I’m participating in Zion Buffalo Lutheran Church’s Advent-Photo-a-Day Challenge. The goal is to “help us think through the season and every day ponder how Christmas changes the world to this day.” Today’s word is ILLUMINATE. “A light shone in the darkness and the darkness could not overcome it.” John 1:5 How has the …
Right now I’m featuring what you might call a Festival of Crabapple Blossoms over on my (relatively) new photography blog, Gingerfancy Photography! Please come on over and join me at gingerfancyphotography.blog 🙂
I have proof, incontrovertible photographic evidence, that spring has finally arrived in our backyard: There are buds on our lilac bushes….Happy May, everyone!
It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart. Rainer Maria Rilke