Seems like just yesterday that I was in Tennessee but weeks have passed...and I am still enjoying looking at and processing some of those files. I love the way clouds drifted in and out of the forest and mountains and the way the water reflected the color of the spring vegetation and sky.
Yesterday I spent the entire day, getting some much needed garden work done. I cut down a dead dogwood tree, trimmed back the holly tress, cleaned up the last of the flower beds, and finished planting the containers. Now if I can just get my lawnmower back from the repair shop the place should look pretty good! Hopefully it will be fixed by Tuesday...or I am going to have to get a loaner.
Today's workshop at Cylburn turned out to be great! We had a full class with lots of great participants eager to learn. The morning was overcast which was perfect for our mission of creating some flower images, understanding composition, exposure and macro photography. Just one complaint; it was a little warm, it felt like a summer day already! Afterward Marie and I went to Donna's Restaurant in Cross Keys to plan out some more workshops and lectures for the balance of the year. We should have some fun stuff coming up...fall at the Susquehanna, a morning at the Annapolis Harbor and a Lensbaby presentation and demo, and more...check back on the Penn Camera Site for details on future workshops and presentations as they are posted.
'In the Clouds' looks like a gentle pastel, and simply gorgeous! Yes, the Smokys are about fog and water patterns! I love that place too. Great collection here, Karen.ReplyDelete
Thanks very much Barbara.ReplyDelete