Holidays and Pictures My holidays are over… These pictures will remind me about the fun time we had. Photography tip of the day: enjoy your photography, remember that it is not a competition. Have a great day! Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Thank you Emily Grace:) I am done too! What a busy day it was…
Thank you so much!:) I too have posted, finally:)
Inessa–The top portrait of the girls is a classic. It will stand the test of time. If you have any art greeting cards of your images, this one should definitely be included. The horse portrait with his whiskers is quite nice, too, and the parking lot with the colorful whatever-it-is in the background. Outstanding shots.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Hattie! They are only pictures each representing a memory, but to be honest I too love this girls’ picture a lot. The trick was that the sun was shining straight into their faces thus the funny expressions. The little one looks like a gangster from the 30s:)
Wonderful set of photos… And those kids of you are really cute 🙂
Best wishes, Aquileana 😀
Thank you Aquileana! Each picture for a special memory:)
It’s great that your son-in-law is looking after bees because it’s forecast the US will be without bees within 2 years. The combination of global warming and over use of agricultural chemicals have poisoned most of the growers entire bee houses. Several business will be completely wiped out. Not only will the keeper of the bees be gone but the ag business (almonds and others) that depend on bees to pollinate each year.
Sheri, I would love to write about the bees one day. They have a special place in my heart. Thank you for your comment, yes, the bees are struggling in the USA, and it is difficult to keep them:(
I like your tip. Lovely photos, too.
Thank you Imelda! I just came back from my holidays and now trying to catch up with the Reader! Thank you again for visiting, I love your blog too.
Where is that theme park?
It looks sensational.
P.S. So does the bee-keeping photo.
Thank you for following! This park is in Draper, Utah. The mountain in background makes it look so spectacular. The bees are my Son-in-law’s hobby:)
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