The snow it gone in Texas and the spring thunderstorms are here along with some fantastic flowers – some of my favorites! I absolutely love trees in bloom but I have to act quickly if I want pictures of them. Keltin and I have a new lens – a 50mm – and this was the
We aren’t actually under quarantine but we are under a shelter-in-place order. Wednesday was my birthday and it was an odd one, not only because we couldn’t go anywhere but because everyone asked what I was going to be doing since I couldn’t go out. In preparation for being stuck at home I bought a
Near the end of the fall of 2019 I did a Goodbye to Fall Colors post and I really enjoyed stopping for a moment to really take the time to look at the beauty and the colors around me. In the last few weeks I have begun to notice the amount of new blooms on
Keltin and I live near a lake and enjoy walking to it in the evenings with typically a hyper Bear. Between the wildflowers and the sunset this was a wonderful little adventure.
Bear and I came across this patch of bluebonnets and paintbrushes just around the corner from the house and I had to take his picture with them. Bear in the flowers. As I was taking these it began to sprinkle. And before we made it home it began to really come down in a thunderstorm.
We spent last weekend at my grandparent’s lake house. We read and napped most of the day, it was wonderful to relax. It was overcast and windy all Saturday but near dusk the clouds began to move. At first there was just a little tinge of orange on the horizon in the west. Just a
I’m ready for spring. This has been a rather long, chilly winter. So I decided to bring a little bit of spring inspired cooking into my kitchen. I love pesto and am slowly working to create some different ones. Last year I made a Mint-Arugula version with hazelnuts. This one though is probably one of