I was so excited to find that I could zoom in on flowers and actually see some detail.
Just as I took a photo of the bird bath I got for Mother's Day, one of our furry pets decided she was thirsty.
This is Lucy's teacup holding a flower that broke off of my Mother's Day bouquet. I won't tell you how that happened, but it involved giggling kids kidding around. Anyway, when my first novel, Ruby Among Us, came out, one of my darling readers gave me this beautiful set because it so closely resembled the one my character, Lucy, liked to drink out of.
And this is the beautiful Mother's Day bouquet from my hubby and kids. I love the detail! So much better than my little camera I used to carry around in the bottom of my purse. Hmm. I wonder if THAT was part of the problem?This one's not going in my purse.
These are early chives viewed through my garden fence. I love that these babies popped up in early spring even before we plowed the garden.
I'm a big CBS Sunday Morning fan. I wonder if Charles would like this one?
More chives! Look how pretty!
What kind of photographer are you? Are you a shoot-it-with-your-cell-phone kind of girl (or guy)? A real pro? Would love links to your blogs if you have some photos of your own to share.
Have a good week everyone!
P.S. If you want to discover Lucy's tea cup for yourself, you can still order Ruby Among Us at Amazon and Christianbook.com. :-)
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