“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Big Switch

 The sunrise was beautiful....

 and the girls were diggin' all that solar stuff during their breakfast.

Had to get my car inspected today so I dropped it off on the way to chorus (of course it was not simple...needed a tie rod and a big bill by the time they were finished).

Home for lunch and then I had the urge to start working on the studio.  Moved out some wicker furniture that was stored there for the winter.
Got a comment from Benny and Lily (on my blog list)...they want to move in.
 I'm getting very anxious for it to warm up enough to move my class back out there.

 By 2 o'clock some sleety/rainy stuff was coming down like crazy and the ponies were pretty messy at chore time.

Darn!  It's almost April and we are supposed to be in the high 40s!

We did not go to bed without supper last night.  I made eggs, homefries, toast and a fruit cup.
No food pictures tonight either, as Gary had a dinner meeting and I did not cook.  Hope I get to meet you in the very near future.

Night all.


  1. Beautiful to miserable, all in a day's weather. Yes, studio time will be happening soon, just when the snow finally stays away. No food pics???So glad you did get to eat though. Hot here, after a very foggy morning, forgot to even try and get a photo. Easter Greetings to you all, from Jean

  2. Oh Iove that little studio too! What is it about visits to the shop that they NEVER end cheaper than we expect?!

  3. I love your header picture. I hope our spring weather makes it out your way soon.

  4. I hate the rainy/sleety stuff.

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  6. It's snowy and cold here too. Those sky shot are beautiful as are your horses.

  7. Well I THINK spring is coming I would love to live in your little art studio too. I can see why your students find creativity so easy coming here.
    living in the country and tierod ends seem to go together:)
    Take care and have a nice Easter I do hope the sun will shine. Hug B

  8. We had the same day yesterday that you did, and I was hopeful the sun would win out over the clouds, but it didn't.

    I hope you enjoy your Thursday!!


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