I did get a lot done, as well as spend good quality time in my pajamas. But by Saturday, it was really getting old.
So I decided to take a couple of pictures inside my house using my 60mm macro lens.
The chest of drawers in the dining room. You can see the mantle in the background. This used to be the fireplace in the original part of the house (c. 1769) but was closed off some time in the 1900’s.
The door leading from the kitchen into the dining room. The white cabinets are what we use as our pantry.
The wide version.
The dining room gets the most wonderful light in the afternoon and someone had given me a container set of 3 paperwhite bulbs which you can see in the window on the right.
They were just beginning to bloom, which is the reason I’d put the macro lens on in the first place.
And I’m working on another watermark because I am not content with the one I had.
I was thinking of entering these over at PW’s site, but it was too late for the assignment.
After that, I went a little crazy, I think. I was looking for amusement, so I did this. Hold onto your hats, because this is wild.
This is the part where I say “Not really”. And where I really mean it.
And because I didn’t want Miss Blackie to be left out, I did this.
Thrilling, wasn’t it?
Orange you glad you stopped by?
Stay safe, my friends – if you’re in the path of the massive winter storm that’s heading your way.