Monday, March 7, 2011

Is it? Could it be?? {northeast, tx lifestyle photographer} [Personal]

"Dear Spring, why did you stay away so long? Was it something I said?" -Unknown
It's here everyone. Finally returned after its long trip to No-One-Knows-Where. I knew something was different when the sun seemed less shy, and clover started bravely popping up everywhere. You know, that beautiful purple clover that just blows your mind with its delicacy and vibrancy and detail. Mmmm, I love that clover. And the little white and yellow flowers that little girls just love to pick and Daddies can't wait to mow down. ;)

Oh, and when I saw the very first Bradford Pear blossom of the season...I knew for sure. Spring was back in business!! :D

The very next day, one blossom had turned into a whole tree-full. :)

And not just the pear blossoms...but the plums too :D
And the honeybees were getting their fill of both. :)
Sun-glasses weatha is heeeere!! :D Oh yessssss! Btw, can anyone tell me what these loverly salmony-pinkish blossoms are??? I love 'em. :)

oh, Oh, OH! Daffodils are here y'all!! :D
With sunglasses weather, comes flip-flop weather. *Happy Happy Joy Joy*
So, I must admit when I realized you could see the daffodils in my shades I did this little excited jig...kind of inside and outside was a nerdy photographer thing to do. I couldn't help myself. :D
Look at my camera being so adorable! :D 
I must let y'all know that these sunglasses are reeeaaaally special to me because they are my great-grandmothers from the 60s. :) :) She was the grrrrrreatest and every time I wear these, her beautiful self dances through my thoughts. :')
This, my friends, is Murphy. My one-eyed, cuddly, front porch, ball of love kitty. Don't worry...stay tuned and you'll see more of him and his sweetness later in the week. ;)

-Through Christ's Love ♥


  1. I LOVE LOVE the picture of you wearing the sunglasses with the daffodils reflecting in them! You look awesome :D

  2. these shots are gorgeous!! especially love that first one!

  3. Great picutres! What lens do you normally use and did you use for the blossom pics? Trying to get tips here and there! ;-) I love the 50mm!

  4. Thanks everyone! :)

    I used a Canon 50mm f1.8 in these's wonderful!! :D I pretty much keep it on my camera all the time. :)

  5. Ohh..Send some of that spring down here please! We still have lots of snow on the ground! :) Really great pictures!

    Megan @

  6. Magnificent photos! I can't wait for Spring!! It's cold and rainy here.:/

  7. Oh ok, thanks! I know! I love that lens! Just took a bunch of Reuben outside, and the lens make them look amazing! Works wonders! :-D

  8. Bee-uteeful pictures!!!! I'm so glad I saw your link on Jessica's blog!


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