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Icicles

Icicles

This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos. 

Bit O’ Honey

Bit O’ Honey

I have this collection of “honey from around the world” on my countertop, and I enjoy these charming bottles lined in a row, nearly as much as their sweet taste. With the description of each cleverly marked and the colors ranged like the color wheel, light to dark, it’s a feast for the eyes as well … Continue reading

Wedding Bouquet

Wedding Bouquet

From a wedding bouquet (I take the artsy shots of cake and flowers, while Ian captures the people). This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos. 

Home

Home

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph what “Home” is to you.  We bought our house nearly two years ago, and here’s some of what home means to me. From the outside:   On the inside, there are usually flowers on the table and some kind of fruit piled high. … Continue reading

Style, part II

Style, part II

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. Here’s a follow up to a recent exercise (photograph something in your wardrobe that captures your style): I chose to focus on a locket and a ring that I have from my grandma. The ring was her “mother’s ring,” containing the birthstones of my cousins and me. Wearing … Continue reading

What’s on your desk?

What’s on your desk?

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph what’s in your bag. Since I actually just photographed my bag, I decided to take a look at my desk. I was surprised at how well the items fit together, and the colors work nicely as well. It was a fun lunch … Continue reading

Style

Style

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph something in your wardrobe that captures your style. In my case, I chose to focus on my scarves. The benefits of being a professor’s wife? I get to participate in fun activities that my husband does with his students, with no papers or … Continue reading

Books

Books

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph the books you are reading.  We’re currently in the habit of doing Compline (a lovely before bed prayer service from the Book of Common Prayer) with the kids each night. Here’s what we use for that:

Collection

Collection

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph something you collect. I usually come back from a walk on the beach (whether here in MA, or on trips south to Florida) with some little treasure…after a few years, those treasures add up! I have these three glass bowls … Continue reading