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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ooh, Shiny!

Ooh, Shiny!

This is too easy! It doesn’t matter where I am or what I’m doing, if a cat shows up, I’m distracted. I was visiting the appropriately named The Local Store in Picton, Ontario. They had beautiful handmade crafts, jewelry, books, paintings, and gourmet foods. The owners have a store cat. Well, that was all it took. I spent more time with the cat, than looking at the store items.

Tonight’s moon


Usually, when I take a photo of the moon, it comes out as a bright haloed white circle, which, can be lovely, but I had taken enough of those photos. Tonight, I finally got the settings the way I wanted them!


I took this photo while sitting in my car waiting for the train to go by. In the original photo, you could see my car mirror. I removed it using Photoshop, then used Pixlr to add masks and filters.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

Train tracks

Train tracks in the countryside of Alexandria, Ontario.


They never really meet, but the illusion is such. When I read the word converge, train tracks are the first things I thought of. This photo was taken this summer in the Alexandria, Ontario countryside.

A little bit of country


A little bit of North Dundas, Ontario landscape.

Day 15 of Photography 101: Landscape. This photo was taken in North Dundas County in Eastern Ontario. The tree caught my eye. When I stopped to photograph it, I saw the barn. Well, needless to say, I was a very happy country girl.

Snowy Day


Snowy day in the country.

Today was the first snowy day in North Dundas County, Ontario. I was driving around looking for interesting shots. I came across this field, and in the background were these bright orange trees. The snow wasn’t sticking to the ground, so it made the grass look greener than what it actually was. I liked the contrast of colors. I chose this photo for Day 11 of Photography 101: a Pop of Color.

Barn in the clouds


I really like to take pictures of old barns. There’s just something about them that I find fascinating.

Country Road




Field Tree


There’s just something about a lone tree in an open field…