Chives might not be something most people photograph, but the blooms are beautiful and perhaps the only ones in my yard at the current moment. The weather here in North Carolina is finally starting to shift into fall. We had a week of rain that dropped the temp. down to a more manageable one. Luckily today and yesterday we’ve had clearer skies. All the grey starts to get to me after a while. I love a stormy night as much as anyone, but I tire after a day or two. I’ve always laughed that I’m solar powered, and it feels more true than it should!
So here is me celebrating sunny fall weather with some spring like pictures.
Well, I promise when the leaves start changing I’ll be more in tune with the rest of the internet.
Hey guys! It’s official- schools out forever. I’m so excited about it! And to prepare you, this is just the start of the flower pictures I have for you. In the next few days I’ll be posting my adventure pictures from The Reynolda Garden in Winston Salem. Till them have some neighborhood love with these pretty daffodils. Between the blooms and the warmer weather, there is no question why spring is my favorite season!
For as long as I can remember the Northern Lights have been on the top of my bucket list- maybe only second after Rome. Actually, they were one of the driving forces behind wanting to go to Alaska. The thing is, you can’t plan to see them, it’s all chance. So I was trying really hard to not get my hopes up.
At some point I figure people will start unfollowing Anna Down South simply because I post too many horse pictures. Is it a risk I’m willing to take? Clearly. It’s hard not to when these creatures pose so easily and are already such a huge part of my life. I do, honestly, try to switch it up a little and not only post my horse D’Artagnan (the spotted one of past posts (X – X – X). So with that being said, here are some of his field mates. Grazing away just days away from fall foliage taking over.
Everything has been very green today, but that doesn’t surprise me because it’s the first time we’ve had a sunny day in weeks. So naturally I’m finding the way the light hits everything stunning- and blessing the rain for the rich color it’s given to the half dead grass and plants while simultaneously wishing that it never rains again.
Some people really thrive off the rain, but I’ve always sworn I was solar powered. As ridiculous as that sounds I think it’s got some truth too it. I can be having a truly terrible day and all I need to do is go out and sit in the sun for a little bit to recharge.
So for those who can’t make it out (or have rain above them) enjoy some sunshine lit pictures to lighten your day!
I honestly don’t think I’ll ever be able to describe what it’s like taking photos of my horse. The photos are magical, the lighting, the setting… it’s all amazing. The horses seems majestic, and they are very beautiful creatures, but they are so much more than you see them as. They’re moody, they’re immature, they’re sweet, they’re jumpy. So, I leave you with the peace offering below to help you understand the process a little better.