I don’t often share pictures of my own family here, but I thought I’d share these with you all. Earlier this summer we had the opportunity to head up to Northern PA and stay at my family’s cabin. The weather up there is a few weeks behind ou weather here, so while we were there blueberries were still in season! We found a local farm with a great big blueberry patch (blueberry patch? Or is it blueberry field? Whatever it is technically, there were a whole bunch of blueberry bushes and tons of blueberries ripe for the picking!) My kids had so much fun! I thought we’d have a bunch of blueberries for the freezer to enjoy this winter, but apparently I underestimated the amount of blueberries these two little creatures can suck down in a week’s time! We will be back next year and we will be filling many more buckets!
Tag: ‘Lancaster County Photographer’
This week’s theme for my 52 week project that I am doing with the Lancaster County Meet Up Group is “self portrait.” I knew I wanted to do some type of reflection shot, simply because I do not have a remote shutter release for my camera and I didn’t think trying to do a self portrait with the self timer would end well. So as I thought of all of the different reflective surfaces I could use, my husband’s “cop shades” seemed the most interesting.
I like this shot because it shows our two different personalities quite well. This is my husband’s happy face. It’s also his sad, mad, tired, annoyed, surprised and serious face. You look at him and can never quite be sure what he’s feeling. Then there’s me. You can read me like a book.
We are at week 6 of the 52 week project. This week’s theme is “texture.” I decided to take my daughter out in the snow for a mini session and use the furry texture of her hood against her soft skin as my “texture” entry to the Lancaster County Photography Meetup’s 52 week project. The first picture is the one I used, but I thought I’d share a few others from the session as well.