Category Archive: Photography

Vintage Village

East Texas Textures

Some textures that catch my eye here on the farm — Some day these will find their way into a quilt or tapestry!

Subtle Colors of Autumn

I enjoyed the structure of a weekly photo post when I did the 1 Day 1 World Project, so I thought I’d keep that going on my own, with just whatever strikes my… Continue reading

1 Day 1 World Project Wrap-up

Here are my entries, plus a few for time slots that I missed during the first go-round. I took these pictures in 6 different Texas towns, representing about 1880 miles of travel!  That… Continue reading

Saturday Sunrise

After a week of rain, we are having a gorgeous fall day. Just the thing for the 1 Day 1 World Project’s 7:00 – 8:00 am hour.   I’ve missed a few weeks because… Continue reading

Five Years on the Farm: Taking Stock

In the early 1970s, my husband’s parents built the house we now live in, as a week-end place.  A crew set the pilings, but everything else was done by my in-laws and their… Continue reading

Imps, Fairies, and Friendly Spirits

During the day my kitchen looks like an ordinary place — (doing a mouse-over will make the pictures more vivid) –but at night, I hear strange noises, and the next morning, things are… Continue reading

When the People Are Away

This week I am going to cheat be creative with my 1 Day 1 World Project entry, for 1:00 – 2:00 am. I didn’t do anything at all last week, and here is… Continue reading

Photos from the Dark

For the 1 Day 1 World Project, we are at the hour of 11 pm – 12 am. I had seen a photography idea of going out at night and shooting close-ups of… Continue reading

It’s 10 o’clock – Do You Know Where Your Ranger Is?

Let’s play a guessing game a la “Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?” Even on a warm summer night, I feel a little shiver here. Where do you think we are?  … Continue reading