I’ve been working my fingers to the bone on a photo book project that I’m making for a friend. The first thing I do is to choose the photos I want to go into it. Next, I work on each of the pictures, cropping and processing. When I’m done that, I’ll upload all of them to my account at Shutterfly.com, my favorite online photo album company.
I’m less than half way done the first stage, so I’ve got a long way to go yet.
Like I said, I was sitting here working my fingers to the bone, when I suddenly realized that it was late, and I had no post for today. And I was really ready for a break. So tonight I’m posting a couple of photos that I took two years ago this week, back when we were living on the horse farm outside of Chesapeake City, Maryland.
I lived right at the end of that fence line on the right there. I’ve always liked this photo of the thoroughbred broodmare who looks as if she’s posing for me here. She is just so beautiful. If you look closely, you can see her foal next to her, sort of hiding behind the fence post.
I processed this photo and the one below with one of the actions Florabella collection called Cosmopolitan.
George looks like he’s trying to pose the same way, doesn’t he?
He was just a wee pup back then, not even a year old, posing for me in a field full of buttercups.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope today is full of buttercups for you.