The happiest of New Years to you!!
I took a super grande hiatus from blogging over the holiday – it was pretty much the bees knees to be able to take a week off to decompress and TCB around the house. We had an eye surgery scheduled for our little 4.5 pound Chihuahua, “Lu Lu”, that kept us home for the holidays which turned out to be the best decision this year.
My husband and I spent the last few months really researching what type of “big kid” camera we were going to purchase as part of a household gift for the end of the year. We decided on the Canon 2ti for a few reasons:
- I’m a Mac girl and therefore have always been a Canon girl – they are like peas & carrots together.
- two amazing artists/photographers/filmmakers/etc. friends of ours said we couldn’t go wrong with this camera....that we could go ten years without replacing it. SOLD.
You can’t really put a price tag on memories and this camera paid for itself in the first two days.
Vignettes are a favorite interior experience of mine. I think it has to do with my love of calm and constructed composition. I like it when a “frame” makes sense. After getting the 2ti I spent a morning framing and capturing favorite frames of my home “waking up” to a beautiful post-Christmas sunrise, and I thought I would share a few of my photos here…I hope you find something inspiring in them.
sunrise in SF
the tiniest paws
my hub via circus banner painting by Johnny Meah
collection of pups found in thrift/antique stores + garage sales
thats "Nick" above the mantle FYI
shadow box by me
i adore a vanity with sparkly things....
love me some gerbers
i'm amazed (and grateful) that no one ever painted over the original veneer doors.
bringing the carnation back...me and Nucky Thompson.
my two favorites
can't get cuter.
Soundtrack: Uprising by Bob Marley……of course.