Take a picture, it lasts longer…

I’ve been doing a lot of that recently, since I got this for Christmas…

The Sweets got me, or rather us a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT. She’s an older model, from 2005, but works really well for a starter DSLR. Ebay has so many treasures to offer!!

In case my picture was too dark, here’s one I borrowed from an online store. My camera is silver, like the one on the left.

Here are some experimental shots I’ve taken recently.

I love cows, they are always so happy to oblige when they realize you aren’t there to eat them.

A cattle guard, these are all over the place in the backwoods around here. A little side note, this is not the above cows, guard. They have their own bouncer , named Bruno, elsewhere. (Yeah, I know, that was a horrible and cheap joke.)

A fancy bike trail in the middle of nowhere.

An old rustic house in one of the historic areas of town. I loved the trees against the blue skies.

And of course this beauty does some awesome close-ups of our winter weeds.

And she makes the winter river mud look pretty! You can almost count all the crane and geese that have stopped here.

I had to take some pictures of the sweets and Annie in their natural habitats. They aren’t quite as nervous as the cows were. Here’s the Sweetie doing his thing in the kitchen, by the way, he’s making brownies…. FROM SCRATCH. I knew there was a reason I married him. I mean other than the whole love thing. (Oh, and if you look in the bottom right corner, you’ll see a glimpse of a home project surprise.)

Annie loves her dirt.

Oh yes, and her begging.

And I thought I would mention, we’re still married after two weeks. Maybe it’s the pretty shiny prizes that keep us together.

Or it could be the cool certificate you get in the mail a week later!

There’s some projects brewing at the yellow casa. So, once I’m done playing with my new toy, I’ll have to set aside some time to get them done. I can’t wait to take pictures of the process with the new addition to our little camera family!


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