A frame for berries

This window frame hangs in the oak tree in the front yard normally I have a plant hanging in the frame.

Since it is winter all our plants in pots were moved in the greenhouse for protection so I needed something in the window frame. Low and behold I thought about the Pyracantha berries and I must say they look great accented by the pine tree across the street.

The stuff in the window frame becomes a picture in itself.

A splash of color under the oak tree is just enough to put a smile on your face as you drive by.

Sometimes it just takes a little bit of imagination to repurpose something for a new idea.

The boxer dog kiss

Our two boxers dogs love to run, play and wrestle together.

Daisy is 6 yrs and 9 months & Zoee is 1 yr 6 months.

They get into these kissing sessions that are normally initiated by Miss Zoee she loves her Miss Daisy girl.

I wanted to do their pics together so I raked up the cypress tree leaves into a large pile and this was their idea of a photo session.

Gotta love these two doggies.

Macro Lens and Rose Petals

This rose was so beautiful I needed to photograph it.

I grabbed the camera and my macro lens and started taking some pictures indoors.

Rose petals are a lot like life each layer represents a new day full of life & joy its beauty fades but the memories will always be there.

Happy Thanksgiving

I would like to wish you all a safe and Happy Thanksgiving from Texas.

This is a Pyracantha bush they have 1″ thorns and bloom in the spring/summer and make berries in the fall. I love this plant but I hate to trim it due to the thorns. This one is on the side fence area of our yard and accents that part of the yard this time of the year.

 

Cat in action

The best way to get a clear action picture of a cat or dog is if they are headed towards you.

If that is not possible up your shutter speed and try from the side of the animal.

This is Puffy Tail I was in the pasture and the cats follow me like dogs well she was the last one out there and came bounding across the pasture running. I was able to get this shot really quickly.

 

Cow breath

I caught these two cows smelling each other’s breath. Actually, I think the one on the left was curious about what the one on the right was eating.

Sometimes it’s about capturing those moments you never see happen and using your imagination to decide what they were doing.

Cows have this really cute personality about them that some people never notice.

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