Saturday, November 21, 2009

In the yard

Our yard

My husband took this yesterday in the side yard. George had been catching frisbees and was taking a well-deserved break from the action. And speaking of actions, this photo has the following: Florabella's Vintage Wine @74% opacity; MCP's Burnt Edges I @30% opacity.
Today I'm planning on getting the ingredients for (and choosing) my Thanksgiving dishes that I will be bringing to the family gathering. What are your plans for the day?

19 comments:

These Nine Acres said...

Beautiful picture. I am having a mother-daughter day with Ladybug. Some lunch and shopping may be in store (no pun intended ;0)

Daryl said...
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Daryl said...

Comment, take 2.

In this order:

1) beautification™ part 1 - the hair
2) vet visit for Gus
3) flea market shopping, I order a few things from a knitter whose fingerless gloves are perfect for photographers ...
4) then home to relax and begin to make the holiday cards .. new printer is fabulous but slow

S. Etole said...

Your photos keep wanting to be viewed more and more ... they are beautiful.

Mental P Mama said...

I have already been to a THREE hour Board meeting at my church. I'm done. I think I'm going to go find Annie and Julie and head out for wine. Er. I mean lunch;)

Country Girl said...

Thank you and welcome to S.Etole.

Mama, I'm saving the good malbec for ya when I come on the 5th!

Char said...

I think I'm about to go to the craft store and see what I want to play with.

Kay said...

What a beautiful dog.

Deb said...

I love that little doggie! Today? Well, went to get my hair highligted and cut. Great job on the highlights, not so great on the cut. I go to a teaching school, Paul Mitchel, and am so glad to pay half the price. $17 for a haircut! $45 for almost a full highlight? Can't beat that.

Deb said...

I love that little doggie! Today? Well, went to get my hair highligted and cut. Great job on the highlights, not so great on the cut. I go to a teaching school, Paul Mitchel, and am so glad to pay half the price. $17 for a haircut! $45 for almost a full highlight? Can't beat that.

Caroline said...

Great shot! Just taking it easy today and decorating the house :)

jacqueline said...

such a great picture!

A New England Life said...

Hi Kate,

I've missed your blog, not to mention I missed your series! I'll have to have a look at it tomorrow.

I've been trying to work with layers now that I've figured it out (thank goodness for you tube tutorials!) and setting up my Etsy shop, which I'm not really happy with.

Another wonderful shot of George with beautiful scenery to boot! That husband of yours sure is good with the camera!

Hope you're having a nice week-end.

Sharon

Ellen said...

Wonderful photo....it's been a busy day...but very satisfying...lots done...smiles.

Alejandro said...

wonderfull!

Mary said...

Gorgeous shot, beautiful processing! I'm going to relax before the big push to clean house this week before the holiday... ;)

Debbie said...

A little late to the game....I was housecleaning most of the day Saturday. What a beautiful background....and George is beautiful too. :)

The Japanese Redneck said...

Great picture from your husband. I really am going to have to upgrade my camera.

Joe said...

Hermosa toma, me gusta mucho!! Saludos, Joe