Wednesday, January 12, 2011

black and white wednesday

I ran out into the storm on Sunday to take a couple of shots of anything I could find that was near....
I really enjoyed the drive home from our snowy weekend away, taking photos from my passenger seat.  I'm amazed that some of them actually turned out!
 While I was away the kids were fed foods that I can't eat because of my Celiac.  My husband bought a bucket of KFC and my kids wouldn't touch it....seriously?????  The things I'd do for a piece!!!  They had root beer.....Henry kept talking about how much he likes Root Pop ('cause kids don't drink beer....).


12 comments:

justine said...

I absolutely love that middle shot, wonderful pictures here you've captured the snow so beautfully

Mom to 9 Blessings! said...

That bridge shot ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Blessings,
Jill
http://fnaphotography.blogspot.com

Rosie said...

How wonderful!

Freckles & Dimples Photography said...

love that barn shot!

Ashley Sisk said...

These shots are beautiful - I'm loving your processing.

love and life ♥ said...

These are the most gorgeous shots ever, Charms! You're surprised they turned out?! They turned out because you're an amazing photographer!! I love each and every one of these so much! Despite the fact that we had a ridiculous amount of snow, it sure made everything so beautiful. I'm going to go out today and try to get some shots like these in the neighbourhood. They won't be as pretty but it's worth a shot! hehe!

That is just too cute was Henry said!! Aww! Love you lots! xo

Sally said...

Beautiful pics. Especially love the bridge and the barn!

mountain mama said...

great pics, they really capture the season!

hopped over from long road to china!

have a great week!

Sarah Halstead said...

Gorgeous photos.

Stacey said...

Love these! Just gorgeous!

Liz said...

these are awesome. I too ventured into the snow these last days to get any type of shot. so want spring.

Ms. Pony said...

Great shots! I love the blurring of earth and sky at the horizon in several of your shots- adds a surreal and dreamy effect!