Here I am for part four, which I’ve been eagerly waiting to show you. 😀
On 10/5, we decided to go disc golfing with our cousins—which had it successes and failures. I took a lot of cool pictures, but we all stunk at disc golf. 😉 Plus, their were some not-so-good attitudes along the way. But you know what? It was nice to just spend time with the family, and worth any of the minuses we might have experienced!
This post will be answering a few ‘about me’ questions. Most of it is just in regards to a few things I like or use. If y’all would like, answer the questions for yourselves in the comments! That would be fun…
Question #1. What is your favorite flower?
Question #2. What is currently your favorite kind of tea (substitute for beverage if you don’t like tea)?
Question #3. A favorite beauty product?
Question #4. Apples or oranges?
Question #5. One book you read recently that you would highly recommend?
Question #6. What is something you baked recently that turned out?
Question #7. One book you read as a younger kid and still love?
Question #8. What are your favorite therapeutic products?
Question #9. Show one photo you recently took that you like?
Little announcement~My next post will be a writing post, on…WRITER’S BLOCK! Because I haven’t done a post on writing in a little while. Also, my writing blog is going to be doing a fun little post. I will use two writing prompts to begin a fun little story. It’s not up yet, but when it is–you can check it out here: http://midnightwriter2000.blogspot.com/
This post covers the happenings of day two (part two) which happened November the 3rd.
Then right after I took those photos, our cousins Steven, Theo, and Emmett came over. They played games with my siblings…
Later in the day I spent some time down by the lake. I enjoyed taking some photos of it…and the flowers and shells, of course.
Then apparently I went a little crazy and started taking photos of all the beautiful flowers around the property. I’m going to go easy on the pictures at this point because there’s another post on Lucillian Photography that I’m working on right now 🙂 .
It’s amazing how quickly the sun sets after the golden hour now. It didn’t take long at all, and you could literally watch the sun set…
I was so thrilled when I woke up and saw…a mist/fog! A thick mist, too. I ran out, stuff sticking to my bare feet- and snapped some quick photos. Then I was told to come upstairs to do yoga with Mom and H. I was literally begging the mist not to go away while I did yoga. And happily, the mist remained. I went out and took more pictures. And my feet were still bare, FYI 🙂 .
The first wave…
Landscape of the fog…
The second wave…
Well, I hope I didn’t bore you TOO severely. I actually think this was one of the shortest photoshoots I’ve ever done. But I also think I got the most pictures I’ve ever gotten out of this one. Haha…I didn’t even post ALL of the pictures. 😉
So, have any of you ever ventured into a supposedly ‘yucky’ day to take photos?
Do you enjoy when fog/ mists come?
Which of the pictures in each category (first wave, landscape, 2nd wave) is your favorite?
What kind of photography would you like to see more of?
p.s. Soon I’m going to post pictures I took on another photoshoot. That post will be 1,000 (just kidding) different views of mom’s engagement ring. I probably should’ve borrowed dad’s wedding ring too…but oh well.
For those of you who don’t know, I used to blog at a site I named ‘Crafty and Fun’. And as you may have guessed…that ship has sailed. But my love of crafting and creativity hasn’t. And so I am pleased to share what I made just recently for my dad’s birthday. A quick introduction though: One of the gifts I made stemmed off an idea I had for my upcoming etsy shop. The idea was (in my mind) grasping at straws. But it looked something like this:
Now, how does that relate to the gift I made dad? Well…it gave me the idea because of the twigs. Otherwise, it holds no relation to the gift for dad. But that’s how random my mind is. The slightest thing can trigger an idea (no matter how far out) in my brain. And that’s what happened here. So, I headed outside and brought in some twigs to make dad a coaster…
And then I got sidetracked and started snapping photos of my zinnia plant that just opened up…
I told you I tend to be rather random. But now for part two of the gift. I made a card, and I also made a beaded bookmark. Sadly, I didn’t have the best beads at my disposal for this project…but I made do.
Hope y’all liked this post, as random as it was. Stay tuned for some fall pictures and also for something about a survivors shelter. “What?” you say? Better keep an eye open to see what I’m talking about. Till then, adieu!
Do you ever hand make gifts for people?
Do you like zinnias?
What are YOUR thoughts on all this fall weather? (thumbs up over here!! 🙂 )