On the ride home from Virginia (we did not leave with a high appreciation of their snow-cleaning abilities), I was having fun at night (having read myself mostly to death and not looking forward to using my lamo flashlight) by using my camera's long exposure setting in New York City. This is the abstract-art result.
So, I haven't uploaded photos in like, ten days. But I have good excuses! I was reading! Books... fantasy books! That's a good reason to neglect blogdom, right? Ok, well, in all seriousness, we went to my mom's cousin's wedding this weekend (in two feet of snow). It was actually snowing during her wedding, in Virginia. Did I mention it snowed two feet? We got stuck 2x on the way to the church (but some nice people from the neighborhood with two wheelers helped us get out). They had to move the reception and move up the time of the wedding from 5 to 12, and it was a good thing my aunt the hairdresser was there because the one signed up canceled. But it worked out, and they're married (that's the important thing). Anyways, this is a photo of the Bride's train in the snow with rosepetals.
This is an attempt at photographing a streetlight in the snow (under an umbrella) with long exposure. None of my attempts seemed particularly worthy of blogdom, but then I messed with this one in iphoto... heaven knows what I did, but mom thought it looked cool so here it is!
Here's the original:
Sorry I've neglected updating photos for so long. Here is a photo of God's natural abstract art. It's from one of those times when the top of a puddle freezes but the rest of the water drains away and then makes interesting patterns.
I'm a homeschooled teen, I own and care for around 30 chickens and 10 ducks.Oh, and my mom just got goats. I also have 3 siblings (2 brothers, 1 sister), who mostly get along with the other animals. Wait, oops, did I say OTHER animals? *giggle* I meant, of course, each other. I'm a Christian (and that means I believe in Jesus Christ and have trusted on him as my Lord and Savior, believing that he was God's son, and that died for our sins and was raised from the dead on the third day. ). Oh, and I DON'T have a yellow hat. :)