We’ve been receiving some very much needed rain here the past couple of days and it has given me good opportunity to stay inside and work on my photo cards I’m going to sell at our Peddler’s Faire. I wanted to share what I’ve got so far, and thank you all for responding to my questions. I have taken what every one has said and use your thoughts to create — so far, this is what I have and there’s more to come… some with quotes, some without.
This is “Sister,” we call her that because my daughter and her share the same first name… Obviously I’m a fan of Annie Oakley. I didn’t get a lot of ‘wows’ over the other photo I took and actually found this one that I liked better. Getting shots of grazing is a hard thing to do, if you want to make it look creative.
This is part of my Lupine Series…
… as is this one. How do you like them? I was thinking these would be in a little bundle of Lupine photos tied with some raffia and a little tag.
I think I’ll include this one in a scenic set, since I don’t have a series on geese, but like them anyway and I know a lot of people around here do too.
And this is one of my favorites. I’m actually thinking on having it turned into a canvas for myself (without the border though.)
And last but not least, this photo of our local river which flows right next to the Peddler’s Faire. It’s always a good thing to have some “local-ness” for those that want a little token of the world around them.
What do you think so far?
This is one view I will miss this spring and probably next spring as well. The way a mama watches over her baby is something very incredible. I knew it from seeing the animals and their babies, but now I feel it myself with my newest. It is an amazing bond.