Monday, November 08, 2010

Frosty Monday Morning

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:: oh my stars it is a beautiful morning
:: i wonder how many of the kids' friends said "what the heck is your mom doing?" when the bus passed our house today
:: i would love to explore these colors in glass *sigh*
:: fingers crossed, my fixed oxy-con should be arriving back to me today
:: our little lola boomer jane is growing so fast
:: the fine craft show was this past weekend and i really really missed showing at it
:: set up my new metalsmithing torch on saturday and the flame has no umphf... that means another trip to the welding shop today
:: in case you missed them, there are sets of note cards featuring my photos over on my website
:: i was asked by a book jacket designer in canada to use an image of lauren on the cover of a book of poetry that will be released this spring, so so cool
:: i think i will talk a nice long walk when i finish this post
:: no wait, i have a jewelry deadline...
:: i think i will head down to my nice, tidy studio after this post
:: oh, and i wanna go photograph my mom's latest litter of english bulldog pup pups today, they are two weeks old... can i get an "awwww"
:: i can not believe my baby boy is turning 13, THIRTEEN, this week
:: and just like that, the sun has burned off the frost... oh my stars i love the fall


Spirited Earth said...

gorgeous photos..fabulous colors

Cindy said...

Did you GROW those? If so they are spectacular. My favorite by all means.............they are so pretty!!!

Kerry said...


Yes Cindy, I grow hydrangeas!I have 6 or 7 of them in various gardens around the house. I love them! You should see my Mom's though. Her's blow mine away!

Kristin Lee said...

So excited to see some pictures of the puppies!!!

TesoriTrovati said...

These photos seriously took my breath away, Kerry.
Today outside my office window we spied the mother of all spiders. As big as a half dollar and hanging from the most impressive web that stretches from the top of the building to the little table and chairs that is sitting right outside my window. Thank you for sharing. Enjoy the day!

Cindy said...

That is even cooler that these are yours!!!! I can't get them to grow, I need pointers! Mine aren't pretty and they wilt, the leaves look all burnt.

rosebud101 said...

I love the way you captured the after the frost photos of the flowers--the slight drooping of the flowers. Beautiful!

Marsha Neal Studio (Marsha's Garden Blog, Marsha Minutella) said...

Those Hydrangeas look beautiful! We had two frosty mornings last week and I couldn't help myself either… Although I am waiting for the frost to be present on my hydrangea when I am out there. I swear the neighbors must think I'm a little whacky taking pictures all the time in my garden. I creep along and get in the weirdest positions at times…

Thank you for sharing those magnificent pictures!!!

Yvette said...

I love hydrangea! These shots would make a beautiful series for greeting cards.