May 31, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. so i put the "hand made" lens back on the camera body and got started this week. it touched me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room table... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it. we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. the fig tree lost almost all it's fruit, as the beginning of the week had cold nights...

:: 2. on a hike with the girls, in the upper toess valley, though we climbed mountains too

:: 3. and encountered a historic saw mill.

:: 4. thursday was Elias' day, he turned 20!

:: 5. bikes were cleaned and one of our bikes got new tires. thank you Joel for all the work.

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