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fog and wisteria

It’s been raining.  A lot.  Sessions have been canceled and rescheduled with hopes that at some point this weather will play nice and cooperate.  During this down time I’ve had a moment to breath and catch up on everything I’ve been putting on the back burner.  Meanwhile, I’ve neglected my dear blog and I hope I haven’t disappointed too much with my absence.  It’s an exciting day–we have friends coming in from out of town and we’ll be spending it at our beach house which means we are officially kicking off our summer routine.  In the craziness of trying to pack for myself, 2 kids and the pooch I decided I had to run out and get some indoor activities since the weekend weather forecast leaves much to be desired.  I headed to Michael’s to pick up some small painters canvases in all different sizes, acrylic and watercolor paints, pads of watercolor paper, brushes in all different sizes plus lots of other little things to keep the kiddos (hopefully) busy.  My mom got me started on the small painter canvases.  I loved the instant artwork that was created.  Ready to frame or hang as is.  On the way, and everyday, we pass our lake.  Some mornings the fog is so thick it’s like a marshmallow topping.  The lake is quiet, pristine and beautiful.  Because I learned last year that I just needed to slow down and enjoy things I stopped with camera in hand and took some photos.  There is wisteria everywhere along the way.  So lovely–it’s purple flowers hanging daintily from the winding vines.  The last photo reminds me of a watercolor painting perhaps created with all the wonderful paints I picked up today.  Enjoy and have a fabulous weekend! xoxo

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  • May 20, 2011 - 11:18 am

    Michelle Henrick - I went out yesterday and took pics of flowers myself…..a peaceful escape. These are beautiful 😀

  • May 20, 2011 - 1:28 pm

    Stephanie - I love, love, love that first one!

  • May 22, 2011 - 9:19 am

    Yvonne Niemann - Wow! These are stunning. We don’t have those pretty trees by us. Too bad. They are divine.

  • May 24, 2011 - 7:26 am

    Cristina - I love wisteria. I want one so badly but don’t have the right spot for it. Love how dreamy it all is to play up the fog. beautiful!

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