This was emailed to me by Ed, and it was so cute, I had to share it!
(Ed, if you have a blog, let me know, and I'll add a link to the post!)
The latest pics sent to me by my brother from Utah.
I never shared any of my vacation photos. So here's one of them -- the view is from my parent's porch.
I'll try and get more up in the next while.
My brother sent me pics last night of the snow they're getting in St. George. Apparently, snow doesn't happen very often there, and this much snow is a real rarity! So here's a photo of our dog, Daisy, in her first snowfall.
And a few more pics of Daisy and the house, and the snow.
Okay, now I'm home sick, or I guess that would be family and dog sick since I've never actually lived there yet. [sigh]
Okay, something is screwy with the popups (they're half cut off), at least for me, so if you want to see the entire photo, you may want to open it in a new tab or window.
I've been meaning to steal this idea of Blake's for a bit now, and finally got to it!
I've opened a Cafe Press shop featuring my series of Parowan, UT Petroglyph photographs. Each item has a different photo from the series of seven.
If you'd like a photo on a different piece of merchandise, let me know and I'll see what I can do. If you're interested in a print, shoot me an email.
Roberta got us to do one of those Old West pics this weekend. Starting with me on the counter, moving clockwise: Roberta, my brother Glenn, and Nin. The other pose we did you can find here.
These are the ruins of Holyrood Abbey next to Holyrood Palace. I wish you could see the original of this one -- I think it's one of the best photos I've ever taken.
And a sidenote, my list has been getting longer all day, and I've even added a few links.
I tried lightening these next two up a bit. This one I took from the ferry, crossing over to the Isle of Bute. I assolutely love the light in the Western Islands.
One of these days, I need to get the slides I took on my trip to Orkney scanned in. Some of them were wonderful.
We were on Lewis at the beginning of November, so the weather went from hurricane force winds and rain, to times of glittering sunlight. The stones of this circle have a kind of pink quartz in then, so they literally sparkle when hit with ligt. When the stones are under the light of a bright moon, they're said to look as if they're dancing.
These were pics my boss scanned for me from stills about ten years ago, so the quality is iffy. This is the Callanish Circle on the Isle of Lewis (or as it's called in Gaelic, Calanais). It's an amazing place. And because it is fairly remote, you can actually walk in the circle. I'll be posting more photos from this trip as the day goes on.
For more information on the Calanais Circle, check out this site.
Here we have a few snaps of kitties, dogs, a sunrise, and the new hair.
This is Daisy, my mum's dog, and the latest in a long line of strays we've had. Pippin is her best buddy. I need to try and get a pic of Daisy cleaning Pippin if I can.
Went through the camera last night and discovered the pics from our North Coast trip in Dec.. So here's a small sample:
Yuo can find more over on Nin's Blog.
This is Nin and me on one of our hikes.
Nin is working on the webpage with our pics, but till that's done, here's a pic Jen took and sent me last night. It's Nin, Jen's husband Dave, and me, on our hike to Emerald Pools in Zion.
Paul wanted a pic of my new do, but for now, here's a pic of an old one! This is from about ten years ago -- at least!
Initially scanned today for Michele's blogathon. But I sent alternate pics instead.