Friday, January 18, 2013

Sweet Pea

I am waffling about having two blogs or not.  I don't want to always be apologizing for not being around, but I miss this world.  I'm not sure how active I can be here, but I plan to dip my toe in when I can.

So Sweet Pea and I went out into the fog yesterday morning.  It was really, really cold, but I took her coat off for pictures anyway.  We didn't stay out long and she didn't seem to mind...too much.

But I definitely need more practice for shooting in the fog.  Any tips?  None of my photos where as crisp as I like, and I was using my sharpest lens; my 50mm 1.8.

But still it was fun and here they are...


 




And this one is my favorite for Favorite Photo Friday:
It was also my facebook friend's favorite, but with a different processing.  This is a vintage action I got from the CoffeeShop Blog a lifetime ago.  I do most of my editing in Lightroom now, but since I've upgraded to LR4 I don't have as many or favorite presets.  What are your favorite presets (preferably free)?
the long road
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6 comments:

Andrea Dawn said...

Your favourite is my favourite too! Really lovely shot. Sweet Pea is sure growing.

DaenelT said...

Nora, so good to see you again and to know that all is well with you. No need to apologize for taking care of yourself and your family. The photos are lovely and the little one is growing up so fast. Be blessed.

Linda said...

I have been blogging so little lately, so stopping by and seeing this post from you was a real treat! Sweet Pea is precious, and as always, your photos are wonderful! Hope all is well in your world!

Pieni Lintu said...

Beautiful photos, very much vintage style!

Tish said...

oh, such sweet photos!! what a beauty! there is something about the second photo that I love. i love the look on her little face and the dainty way she is holding the branch. what a doll!

Tish said...

oh, such sweet photos!! what a beauty! there is something about the second photo that I love. i love the look on her little face and the dainty way she is holding the branch. what a doll!