This scene right here was what got me out to shoot this evening and catch the sunset pictures from my hometown I posted previously. I saw this sky and was completely in awe. 360° of the best sunset and the best landscape you could ask for.
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What is more inviting than a country Christmas? There are three colors of fairy lights inside: blue, green and warm white. Depending upon which colors are left on and which are shut off, the whole scene changes!
Love looking for Nativity sets at the thrift stores❤️ It is my passion to recycle them and find them a new home to spend #christmas 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄 I have 3 that I am working on, this is one of those, ready for its forever home
So, once again, it’s been a while since my last post. I have actually been making photos (as I can, considering the current situation) and going back to re-edit some old photos now that I have some new equipment to help with editing.
This is one photo I had promised to post before and I had posted on Facebook some time ago.
As I said in my previous post, these mountains are my first love. One constant in a life ever changing.
My hometown is small and the community is very tight-knit (annoyingly so sometimes 😅). I remember thinking when I was young that I wanted to live in a big city because of how bland and boring my hometown felt. When I got older and finally lived in in a huge city, I realized how much I loved having that sense of community.
I may be working on the most gaudy Christmas lantern ever. ☺️ I really wanted to finish today, twinkle lights, fluffing, trimming, etc. BUT I AM TIRED. Like, really tired. So tomorrow it is 😟 #countrychristmas