I am a photography dork. I so admire all who take lovely, arty snaps of life, crafts, children. I'm generally just trying to document that something actually happened, like someone catching a UFO midflight. Art happens by accident, rarely. I have taken so many bad craft pictures since buying our Nikon in June, it's not even funny. I longed for a camera that could do better with indoor close-up shots, but, well, there's always something that needs paying for.
This evening I stumbled upon a camera mode called, um, "Close Up." Gee, think THAT might help?
Here are several photos that need posting, fair and bad. I have about half of one side of the quilt blocks done, plus quite a bit of production piecing waiting to be put together.
Last night I started this little kerchief for the Princess, and should finish tonight during Telly Time. Cal the Dog does not appreciate being a model, nor the flash.
Also, I can't believe I forgot to post this one of JMan's Huge Fish, from about two weeks ago. This was his first catch ever, caught while he and a friend were on a no-adults Tom Sawyer-style adventure at the local lake. It was, really, a Huge Fish. And over the protestations of the Vegetarian Princess, we ate it up. Tasty.