Sunday, February 28, 2010

Two down, ten to go

It appears I've successfully made it through another month of this project. Once again, I want to thank everyone who's taken the time to stop by and check out this blog—your words of support and encouragement, both here and in other venues, are appreciated more than I can say.

And now, on to today's photos...

First up, I thought this was an unusual arrangement of living and dead trees, to say the least:

I photographed this bit of spalted wood again because of the way the damp areas of the wood affected the overall visual:

A couple of close-up shots of my mom's orchids:

I really liked the way the light from the window illuminated these blossoms that were facing away from the room and toward the outside:

Finally, Kaylee ended up having a pretty busy day today: she went out with me to get donuts; went on a long walk with Greg; and then went on another walk with Greg, our neighbors, and her buddy Robbie. So by the time mid-afternoon rolled around she'd pretty much crashed next to me on the couch. And who could resist photographing this face?


  1. I love the spalted wood especially, but the orchids are also lovely. You are a fine photographer, Sara, just in case you didn't already know.

  2. Those trees and branches look like someone aimed one of the branches and speared one of the trees. Very neat.

    The orchids are especially pretty and your composition is very cool.

    As always, I love the Kaylee photos.