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    Posted on October 6th, 2010 Pam No comments

    I have been taking lots of pictures lately. I hope you enjoy three I took this morning.

    This is one of the most beautiful gladiolas I have seen. It is so delicate and such a pretty soft lavender color.

    These are 'David Austin' roses, they are my favorite and still looking good for this time of year.

    These are some cool clouds just east of my house, there is a lot going on in this picture.


    Posted on October 2nd, 2010 Pam 2 comments

    I guess you may think I have been on vacation because I haven’t blogged in several months. But the truth is, I have been working, working in my garden and working at my photography business, PRO PHOTO.

    But, now I think things have slowed down a little and I can once again blog to the world.

    So here is what I was up to a few days ago. It was my birthday, so I took the day off and went to see the Fall colors in Palisades, Idaho and Jackson, Wyoming. It was so much fun to just enjoy the day. I took over 400 pictures !!!!!! So here are all 400 ????????? No !!!!! Here are a few of my favorites.

    I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I did taking them.

    This is a classic, I have taken this picture at this same spot for years.

    This is a great pictures of the stairs leading down to Jenny Lake.

    This is a cool view of Mt Moran. This angle looks good any time of the year.

    This is my favorite picture of the trip, it is soooo cool.

    This is a famous barn, this is the first time I have seen it.

    One BIG Buffalo !!! So CLOSE !!!!

    This is the GRAND TETON, I was surprised that it has so little snow.


    So, if you were wondering how to take a scenery picture in a car traveling over 55 miles per hour..... This is how to do it. I used a zoom lense at 30mm, f4.5 and the key...shutter speed 1/640. I think it looks great !!! (That is except for the car window, speed limit sign and electic lines of course!!!)

    Okay, I was fooled too...I thought this was a real tree, they were using to put their satellite stuff on. So I took a picture of it and to my surprise, they just put pine branches in the pole !!!!!

  • Maggie

    Posted on March 24th, 2010 Pam No comments

    Here are pictures of Maggie, my friend Barbara’s dog.  She is so cute but most of all she is SMART.  For example, when Barbara comes home from the store, Maggie searches the packages for dog toys.  She loves new toys.  One day Barbara didn’t buy a toy for Maggie, so she went into Maggies toy box and picked out a toy Maggie hadn’t played with for a while.  She sneeked it into the bag to let Maggie find it.  Well, when Maggie found the toy she just pushed it away with her nose, barked at Barbara then ran away. She knew this toy was not a new toy. 

  • Bouquets, Bouquets, Bouquets

    Posted on March 23rd, 2010 Pam No comments

    I am a little behind on my bouquets. I am trying to have a new bouquet each week. Here are the latest bouquets and the dates I picked them.

    This is a bouquet of tulips and paper whites. Picked March 2nd.

    Here is a bouquet of paper whites. This will be the last forced bouquet of paper whites this year. Picked March 13th.

    These are crocus’ the first two I had bloom this spring. I hated to pick them because they don’t last long in a bouquet. I know this bouquet is pretty small. But a bouquet non the less. Picked March 17th.

  • ANNA

    Posted on March 3rd, 2010 Pam 2 comments

    This is my niece Anna, isn’t she precious? She is kind of shy, but very, very cute !!!!!

  • Tulips, Tulips, Tulips

    Posted on March 3rd, 2010 Pam 2 comments

    Here is a picture of some of the tulips and paperwhites I grew inside this Winter. I grew about 80 tulips inside. They were so pretty, I can’t wait for the tulips outside to bloom (in about 2-3 months).

  • Paperwhites

    Posted on March 1st, 2010 Pam No comments

    These are paperwhites, I grew them inside during the winter months. December – March. They are such delicate flowers. I plan to grow them again next year.