I took a lot of pictures this week.
I found the cute flat basket in the photo above at Michael's Craft Store. It came in two sizes, I bought the smaller one for a photo prop. I loved it so much I went back a few days later and bought the bigger one too. I am not even a basket person.
We took a drive through the Ohio countryside this past weekend and came across a railroad car. Yep, an old railroad car just sitting on it's small piece of track nowhere near a regular railroad track. My husband simply asked, "Where do you want me to stop?" I jumped out of the car with my iphone took a few pictures.
I found a sunflower begging for it's portrait to be taken.
I found the full moon (above, left) as I was taking the trash out. My iphone decided not to focus in the dark, so I gave up. Inside I looked at my pictures and loved the out of focus moon and lights. Sometimes mistakes are good...
We had a little bit of snow (above, middle) on Wednesday night. It was just enough snow to brighten the day, not enough to close school.
At the hardware store (above, right) we found the bagging center for Santa's helpers. :)
Today I am joining Kim Klassen's Friday Finds and The Studio. The Studio prompt was flowers from above. My top image was processed in Lightroom starting with Kim's preset melancholy and textured with avery. For the sunflower portrait I used Kim's Lightroom preset darklight and textured it with waterfront7_magic. My Finds this week are baskets, a sunflower, an old railroad car and realizing there are many moments worth a picture everyday.
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