Happy Sunday! I didn't think I was able to get enough photos together this week to join in the I Spy Photography challenge, but I found 2 recently taken pictures on my phone and then cheated a little by using one I took a couple of weeks ago, so here they are :)
This week the prompts are:
- Easter (or Sunday)
I'm cheating a little here...this wasn't a brand new photo taken but was taken about 2 weeks ago.
I love how this photo turned out at sunset with this fallen tree inside the lake.
I love listening to nature's music and I knew I wanted to take a photo of a cardinal sitting on this bird feeder I have hanging in my backyard for this photo prompt. But, while they are always around, somehow I never got the chance to take a picture of one. But I did catch this little sparrow on it when I was sitting outside with my phone.
I don't get the best photos with my iPhone 6, which is the reason why I so much more prefer my Canon DSLR camera...but don't really see the point in upgrading my phone right now as I know I'd still prefer using my Canon camera.
A basket of colorful Easter eggs. The brownish eggs were done by boiling them in red onion peels. Next year I want to try a few more natural colors!
This is another one that was taken with my phone, no idea why I hadn't thought of using my Canon camera...
Buttons are my favorite accessories for adding to my handmade cards so I have plenty of them. At some point during my 18+ years of papercrafting I had them sorted by colors, but a few years ago I decided to throw them all together into a plastic pencil holder box.
2 Daffodils in my Backyard. I don't think there is a type of flower I don't like, but daffodils are my most favorite spring flowers.
A few more more flowers - I used an antique filter from the free PhotoScape app.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Love your 'wood' shot (what great light), and your button collection is fabulous. CarolGReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Carol! I too love how that picture turned out!Delete
The button and egg shots are cool!ReplyDelete
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Have a great day!
Thanks so much, Marilyn. Same to you!!Delete
Great photos! I also prefer using my canon to my phone. I guess we are old school :) #MMBCReplyDelete
You have so many beautiful buttons in such interesting shapes too. I also love your colorful assortment of Easter eggs.ReplyDelete
What a great collection of photos.ReplyDelete
The birds really are natures music. I just wish they weren't so tuneful early on a morning. hehehe
Daffodils are such a cheerful, happy flower. They are my favourite. x
Gorgeous Easter egg shot! Love all the colors in that shot as well as the button shot.ReplyDelete
I love your wood shot and now I want to trying dying eggs naturally. The onion skin ones are so pretty!ReplyDelete
Beautifully written post. Thanks for sharing your photos.ReplyDelete
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I love the colourful egg decorations for Easter! :) I do prefer photos with my digital camera too but I most often have my phone on me so I take a lot more photos with that I think! My phone camera isn't the best either so I try take my big camera on days out to get better pics then :)ReplyDelete
Hope that you are having a good week! Starting to get some autumn weather here at last - nice and cool in the mornings and evenings.
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The daffodils are pretty, and the picture of buttons is so cool!ReplyDelete
flowers are one of my favorite subjects to photographReplyDelete
Great shots for your photo challenge. My fave is the "wood!"ReplyDelete
Such beautiful photos Ellie! I love daffodils too. I was admiring my own in my garden yesterday and I brought some to bring into the house.ReplyDelete
Aw, such wonderful photos, Ellie! I love buttons, too, and have a cookie tin filled with them! I generally only pull it out to do crafts with the kids. But there is something so lovely and whimsical about buttons. I am not sure what it is! Thanks for sharing your photos and linking with me!ReplyDelete