Saturday, February 17, 2007



P and I spent some time today photographing the bunch of tulips he gave me on Wednesday. The morning flew by! Wish we could just spend all our weekends taking photos and not doing housework!

In the afternoon we bought some black material for me to use as a backdrop and some other black stuff to cover the table on the next craft fair we do. We got the list of forthcoming fairs through this morning and are trying to decide which ones to go to.

We made a brief stop at Port Sunlight Village and took a couple of shots.

S rode very well on Domino this afternoon. They jumped a course of three fences as they were in the big indoor school.

My eye is still hurting but I've been bathing it in hot salt water which seems to have helped.

10 comments:

AB said...

A stunning floral abstract - I love the colour and the diagnonals formed by the tulips. The addition of the water droplets is great. Beautifully seen!

Glad your eye is getting a bit better, and that S had a good riding lesson today :)

{{HUG}}

AB said...

Thank you for the lovely comments on my photography :) Thank Phil for me too!!

xox

Memories Catcher said...

Beautiful shot.I like it!Good details and textures.Good job!

picperfic said...

a really beautiful photo...Barry leaned over as i was looking at it and he said..ooh that's good!

TotalChaos said...

Fantastic Tulip Shot there, Julie. A real standout. Hope that eye clears up soon.

Faye Pekas said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and the kind comments.

These are gorgeous. The water drops look like lace. Very nice.

AB said...

Can't believe Phil has turned to the "dark side" and gone digital! :D

Would love to link to you from my blog - what do you say?

xox

Kaycee said...

I love the rich color, fine details and great composition!

Pat said...

CG, how's your eye? Horrible to have something wrong with your sight.

I, too, can't believe Phil going digital! lol Glad he kept the film camera. Great work comes from it.

Terrific photo today. Love the colours. Soon! Soon! After the snow is gone, we might have some nice bulbs blooming! :(

Pat said...

I forgot to say, CG, that your mention of Port Sunlight sure brought many memories back for me. I have a cousin still living there. Must get in touch with him.