Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Still Shooting



Spirea Bridal Wreath against the red shingles of my house. SOOC.

For some reason I'm feeling emotionally drained, and can't think of a single thing to write about, but at least I'm still shooting...

14 comments:

Jackie said...

The red shingles of the building certainly shows the flower to perfection, it is lovely.

Sorry to hear you are feeling a bit down, you certainly cheer us up with your beautiful photographs, thank you. I am just going to pop into beauty unspoken now! Jackie in UK.

A New England Life said...

Excellent Mary!

Sometimes life does drain us a bit, doesn't it. Just take time to recharge. Usually when I'm feeling like that, shooting is what brings me back to my old self and peace of mind.

Is your Spirea blooming already?

Sharon

Marcie said...

Such gorgeous rich colors. Love the contrasting background.

bekkah said...

We all have our moments, it's good that you're still stopping to appreciate the beauty around you. Speaking of beauty...wonderful image! :)

Carolynn said...

Pretty. Love the contrast.

Traci said...

SOOC?!? Get out! Love this, wishing you wellness and peace.

Caroline said...

This is beautiful...and sometimes you don't need words when you have a gorgeous photo like this.

chasity said...

love these delicate little flowers.

Judy said...

I know all about emotionally drained (working two jobs, six days a week, for the duration of tax season), so be good to yourself, and it will ease, maybe even pass. Good that you are still shooting, especially as you are not doing it from a belltower!

Sue said...

Your photos are simply amazing!! This one makes me want to paint my house this colour just so I can try taking a photo like that LOL

Kerri said...

This is gorgeous!

I'm sorry you are down ~ that happens to me on a monthly basis ~ i just have to tell myself it will pass...and it does.

Thinking of you!!

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

What a lovely image! I am really liking the stark contrast between dark and light, because those tiny white blossoms just POP as a result. Very nice :D

Country Girl said...

Wow! This is amazing. I love the soft white against the deep richness of the red.

Hope you are feeling a little better.

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

And, don't stop.......your photography is DELISH!

Warm blessings,
Spencer