Thursday, January 8, 2009

Winter




I love the snow! I always have! I love living in a state where we have all four seasons. I love watching it snow. I love playing in the snow. My cute photography mentor Carin has a new photography challenge for the month of January. She said in the morning soon after sunrise, take an hour all by yourself and with only your camera and one lens take a bunch of pictures outside. I got in my car to go to my favorite field but it was so snowpacked that I decided to stay home. I just walked around my neighborhood and took some pictures. Then my great friend Dede helped me learn how to make a collage. So, here you go. Someday I might try to make a calendar. We'll see...

8 comments:

carin davis said...

They are FANTASTIC!!!!! I love them together as a collage too!!!! THANK YOU...THANK YOU!!!!!!!

Lisa R.D. said...

I love your photos here individually, and in the collage they look great.

I missed seeing you yesterday... maybe next time!?!

Alicia Cerva said...

Great pictures Bobette! You actually make the snow look appealing!! Maybe I'll give it a try. Nice Work!

Saralin said...

Sounds like a nice relaxing walk all by yourself in a winter wonderland. Beautiful pictures.

Cozy and/or Roger said...

I need to see that 'friend of your' to help me do some collages! I'm no photo whiz but I do love your pics!

dede said...

how did I miss this post???

LOVE LOVE your pictures - you do make the snow seem pretty! Great job on the collage!!!

Meridee said...

I enjoy reading your blog. Great pictures. Would you mind sharing with me how you make the collage or at least tell me where I can get more information. I belong to a neighborhood photo club which is turning out to be so much for me.

robin said...

good job on your collage and fantastic pictures! I'm so jealous that I haven't been able to do this challenge because of my sinus surgery. I'm lucky to even be blogging today and for that I am grateful. I got some great funny looks going out in public for the first time with the gauze bandage under my nose. I wonder if I should teach my lesson on Sunday with this thing on. Would anyone ever take me seriously ever again???