Recently my husband brought home some of the most beautiful roses I've every seen. It's hard to believe they actually came from the grocery store since they appear to be freshly cut from the garden.
And the smell ... oh the smell, seriously amazing.
I love the way these came out, soft and subtle. More of what I've been aiming towards in my still life images. Practice is an understatement.
I want to thank everyone who left well wishes for my husband and daughter after their skiing accident. Elise was very sore for several days. The pain that started out in her neck radiated down into her back, but within a few days we were at the gym where she did some very low impact cardio. It's been just over a week and she is back at 100%, thank goodness.
As for my husband, his shoulder and ribs were sore where my daughter slammed into him, but he healed up pretty quickly. My husband said he'd like to go skiing one more time this spring. Hmmmm .... I'm not so sure about that. Maybe if he leaves Elise at home.
All I know is I'm loving the warmer weather we're having! Our snow cannot melt fast enough!
Are you looking forward to the time change? I know I should be but getting up in the dark again is such a drag.
When I shot the photos above Luna expressed a lot of interest in what I was up to so I thought you might like a little look into what was going on behind the scenes . . .
She'll eat almost anything. Luckily she looks cute because at one point she had a piece of petal in her mouth! Sorry, no picture of that.
One thing you want to be careful of is those fangs. They're long and sharp. And she's not afraid to use them. Trust me.
I hope you enjoy a wonderful warm Thursday where ever you are! Here in NH we're headed for the 60's!!! Yippee!!!
* The top two images are now available on Redbubble and Society6