New Toy

I mentioned last week that I bought an extension tube but I was having a hard time with it. Yesterday, I set out to understand it a bit better. I gathered a few objects: some of my jewelry and an

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Starry Night Cowl

I have a new toy for my camera: an extension tube. Basically, it shortens your focal distance so you can get closer to your subject. I had these grand plans to play with it this weekend. I thought I’d work

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Snow Day

It snowed Saturday afternoon and had melted by Sunday morning. Having finally learned that snow never sticks around here, I went out while it was snowing. Quite a few families sledding. There wasn’t even enough snow to completely cover the

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In the Woods

These are from two walks we took over the holidays. The first one was in Gatineau park and the second in the backyard (sort of, off the property but accessible from the backyard). I had my brand new GoPro with

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Bark

We were away for the holidays like pretty much every year. I brought my camera and my three good lenses. Or so I thought. I always have my camera in my carry on but I didn’t have enough space in

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Twelve

So! My first baby is twelve. Almost a teen, definitely a tween. Most definitely a tween! I always reread what I wrote the previous year or two so I don’t repeat myself too much. She essentially stays the same person,

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Flowers. Again.

When I made that pretty bouquet in November, I already knew I wanted to make another one in December. And I’ve been impatiently waiting for that November one to fade. The flowers were in water but they didn’t care. They

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