Loosened from the mud, I find myself floating in a world of possibility.

So can you.

Flowers in the Snow

Bright colors are such a stark contrast to the neutral shades of winter. If anything, this is what she adds to our life. Vivacious, brilliant, and bright (and camera-fatigued) are good words to describe this little bud of ours.

Taking photographs in the snow is such a challenge. I was looking forward to uploading all the photos off my dslr, photos from the weekend. I felt a twinge of frustration as I realized each and every photo captures different light. Some are blown out, some are too dark, the variation comes even when I hadn't moved but simply kept my finger down for the continuous shutter. Yet each photo of the Bud is full from the color of her coat and gloves.


  1. Such a beautiful girl. Have you tried automatic bracketing? (I think that's what it's called, where the camera takes three of the same shot but with different exposures.) I'm going to play with it.

    1. What a good idea! We're leaving this morning for the trailer so I'll get to try again with the bracketing. Yeah! I get to learn something new with my camera. Thanks so much, Deonne.


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