Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Past Pics and a word of Advice...

OOPS! this was for tomorrow, it has been in my drafts since April 24th and I scheduled it, or so I thought.

The good news is, you don't need an expensive camera to take great shots... these were taken with my
Very Cheap Kodak EasyShare 3 Meg Pixel camera.... my first digital camera, purchased in 02.



2003 Kodak moments with my bottle collection and flowers from the yard on my kitchen window sill.


2003 Kodak moments from Jones Nursery, I spent many happy hours wandering this nursery and snapping away. They loved for me to come and even moved plants for me to put them where I wanted them... I printed and framed three 8X10 photos and they hung them over the cash register.


26 comments:

Madi and Mom said...

Ms. Eager Beaver...look at you w two post. You know I love your bottles and creative pictures
Hugs C

Deb said...

I love bottles too...and bowls...love the blue...great shots...

Cranberry Morning said...

I love the blue bottles - and of course the plants! I could use a few of those here in my flowerbeds. Beautiful.

EG CameraGirl said...

You've proven that you don't need an expensive camera to take good photos!!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh how pretty with the coloured blue bottles.

Fresh flowers how nice.

TexWisGirl said...

oh, i liked that you printed and framed them and they hung them up! so cool!

Susannah said...

Beautiful blue bottles and I love the flowers.

Hope you are having a really good day.

Ginny said...

Why does this NOT surprise me???? I HAVE these bottles!!!! Plus three or four more, they sit on my kitchen windowsill. I never thought to put flowers in them, but I will now. I need to shoot them!! Now this makes me want to buy MORE! They would be lots cheaper at Hobby Lobby, but that is an hour away. Home Goods and Michael's will have to do.

Ginny said...

P.S. you and me both like to go to the garden center and snap!!! I like going after they close, else there are people everywhere. If you go after a rain, all the flowers are wet and drippy!

rottrover said...

Even though I have the fancy camera, some of my best shots are with the iPhone! Love the bottles on your windowsill :-)

Ann said...

pretty flowers. You get good pictures no matter what you use.

Terra said...

Your photos are fabulous, I like the blue bottles and flowers.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful pictures.

Pam =) said...

Love those pretty blue bottles overflowing with beautiful blue plumbago.

Blackberry Lane said...

I especially love the flowers on the window sill. Beautiful.

Willow said...

I too enjoy collecting colorful bottles for my cut flowers. Your photos are lovely.

SquirrelQueen said...

Nope, it's not the camera that creates the photos.

I love the wagon and flowers. I would have no problem bringing those pretties home. Wouldn't mind the wagon either but I'm guessing it belongs to the garden center.

GOOSE said...

Love those first two.
Blessings,
Goose

SweetMarie said...

They hung up your photos! Love the wagon with the flowers! Hubby has a wagon like this that he uses for carrying all his fishing stuff in. :)
Two post in one day..you go girl!!!

Chatty Crone said...

I have to tell you - that I love those blues bottles- I am into them now - lol! sandie

Miss Debbie said...

I can understand why they love you!!

DawnTreader said...

It's true you don't need a fancy camera to take lovely photos :)

Dee said...

It isn't the camera it is the photographer...you do great work all the time...even a flub of yours is cool.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

That is cool the nursery hung your photos. Now you can say your work hangs in some extablishments.

Betty Manousos said...

those blue bottles are so beautiful.

and i agree with the commenters above. it isn't the camera, it is the photographer. that's for sure.

great blooms!

Eva Ason said...

Gorgeous pictures, I agree you don't need to have a fancy camera to take pictures...these are great!!