Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Snippets from the last week...


This spring we've had record breaking rainfall.  On the days when we've had sun, we take advantage of it and get out and enjoy it.  On one sunny afternoon last week we went to a nearby park.  I captured this photo of our middle granddaughter on my iPhone7.  She was completely unawares that I was snapping this photo of her with her cute floppy sunhat.

The following photos were also taken with my iPhone7 on walks around our neighborhood.  The first two were edited with Kim Klassen's waterfront texture, and the last two with her dreamit texture. I love the raindrops captured in this first photo.
These purple flowers are the blossoms from a "money" plant.
The wisteria are in bloom all over our neighborhood.
There is a field near our neighborhood that is blooming in clover.  It's actually quite lovely.

I love my "big camera" but don't always want to lug it around.  I'm thankful for the convenience of  my iPhone camera when I don't have my Nikon with me.

still following,



Flower Friday

22 comments:

  1. Lovely post, like them all from the floppy sunhat to the raindrops.

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  2. I love raindrops on petals and leaves ...so pretty!

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    1. Thank you for hosting the link up each week!

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  3. beautiful! I'm very excited about the upcoming forecast -crossing my fingers it holds!

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  4. Wow your iPhone does an amazing job. Love all of these and the one of the grand-daughter is a great photo and I like the hues of it. She's looks adorable in her hat. :)

    Peabea

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  5. I wish I had an iPhone. My camera photos are not the greatest, but I use them anyway because of the weight of my big camera. We enjoyed all the wisteria and azaleas a month or so ago. It's getting HOT.

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    1. That famous South Carolina heat and humidity!

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  6. Oh my goodness, what fantastic shots! That iphone takes great pics! Aloha!

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    1. Yes, it does! Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. I love that photo of your granddaughter by the water. It reminds me of the very best moments of childhood.
    Amalia
    xo

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  8. What a lovely series of blooms! The colors are so vibrant.

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    1. I love this beautiful time of the year!

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  9. These are lovely, Elizabeth! Blessings on your weekend!

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  10. Your photography says a lot about you, Elizabeth. You love beauty, you are sentimental, you have an eye for detail, you know how to relish and savor the tiniest, often-overlooked gifts, and your heart overflows for your family. xoxo

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    1. Love to you, friend. I appreciate your words of encouragement!

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