This is a church at the center of town in Shrewsbury MA., my original home town.
I was cleaning out some old boxes that we just never unpacked from the early days of living in this house. You know you have those boxes too 😛
These dolls were made by my Grandmother probably about 25+ years ago. She would get some socks and stuff them, make the normal features of a person like arms legs, eyes, noses etc. We called them “The GrandMa Doll”. She would even attach a tag that says “Made with love by: GRANDMA” It’s funny because my Grandpa could never find a matching pair of sock. 😉
Here is a photo of my wife’s brand new piece of bling called a Pandora Bracelet. This is the new fad nowadays where you can buy charms or beads to put on and interchange. This was one of my wife’s birthday presents, although she deserves a lot more.
Maybe there is a bead that is a mini speaker and wifi connection where you can play music from Pandora internet radio. I call trademark if it doesn’t already exist as of today.
Here is a photo of the top of my wife’s birthday cake that we had at my parents house. The iPhone was so close to the cake I could feel my iPhone’s glass starting to heat up.
Here is a little baby robin that allowed me to get closer than normal. So I took the shot.
It seems that the iPhone is a better photographer than me. If you remember a while back I tried to take a photo of this same keyboard but it came out looking all blurry. Although it looked cool, it wasn’t what I was trying for.
Happy Easter everyone. Here is a photo I took of local power lines when visiting my wife’s family. I added some tinting to make it more Eastery.
I took this photo when we went to see the Easter Bunny with the kids at Hebert’s Candy Mansion in Shrewsbury Massachusetts. I don’t know the girl in the reflection, but this was the perfect angle. And guess what, it was a total mistake. I didn’t even see her in the view finder on my camera. I was just shooting the chocolate. So this goes to show that sometimes a good shot is completely by mistake and that you should always look through all your shots.
I love the color of this plant. I took many shots but this one stood out because I could visualize this in a gardening magazine or some other publication. Let me know what you think.
In this photo, I was experimenting with lens flare. Most people would say lens flare is a mistake, but I think with the right eye and imagination you can do really neat things with it. Tell me what you think. If you have your own examples of lens flare, please share.