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Life's What you Make it

Check out Mark Hollis in this video. Classic. Still good words to live by.


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Domenica's kitchen II

I love the yellow walls of my friend Domenica’s kitchen. I can’t commit to wall color in my life. Rather, I can commit to shades of white verging on grey, but that’s as far as it goes. Don’t get me wrong, there’s lots of color scattered about my home. It’s just the walls. I like them white.

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Barn at Mearstead

I really love this barn and keep going back to photograph it.  I haven’t got the “shot” I’m looking for yet so I’ll keep trying.   Looking for things to photograph in winter is hard.  It’s cold, the kids wait in the car but get bored looking at snow and ask, “why are you taking a picture of a bunch of branches, mom?”  It’s a good question.and here’s another one…

…Taken on a cold winter’s day, it brought me full circle to this photo inside Cape Hatteras Lighthouse last August…

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November 4, 2008


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Tree and Ladybug…


Another Cobble Hill Halloween came and went…A perfect Fall day for tricks and treats.


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Billy goat…

We’ve been thinking about Halloween lately, which conjured up thoughts about past years’ costumes. Sebastien always decides what he wants to be and then I am left with the mind boggling task of figuring out how to bring his often strange ideas to life. A lamb, a billy goat, this year it’s going to be a tree…I rely on imagination and resourcefulness, a cheap sewing machine, glue gun and lots of felt. My mother gets credit for the awesome “kitty sweater”, knit by hand. Maybe next year the boys will just opt to go out as ghosts.


Kitty in a tree…

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Camera work

We gave Sebastien our old digital camera when we replaced it with a new Lumix DMC-TZ3. He takes really good pictures for a four year old. I’m really intrigued by the shots he takes of ceiling corners and floors. Maybe I’ll post some of them.

On another note, it was polka dot day at school, so we sewed a whole bunch of felt dots onto his shirt. Don’t think we’ll keep them though. We tend to gravitate more towards stripes in our family.

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