Posts Tagged ‘photos’

What Does She See?

May 22, 2009

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My new photo-blog!

April 21, 2009

Friends… Please check out my brand new photo-blog, Psychscribe Too.  

Thanks! Psych

Ghosts in My Window

April 19, 2009

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March 17, 2009

 

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This is the Delaware River, walking distance from my house. Sure can’t wait to see some green!

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January 29, 2009

Icicles on Rhododendrens

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January 20, 2009

“Winter Vineyard”

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January 19, 2009

Well, you may as well get used to it. I’ve fallen in love with photography so I will be posting my efforts regularly here. I’ll be numbering them just like I do the Psychscribe Quotes, only with the new domain name I bought: TimeSnatcher. (That way you can also avoid my humble beginnings if you choose.)

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Photo Speak

January 11, 2009

So since  a picture speaks a thousand words, I need to say more in this language this morning:


Hope

Hope

 

This one was inspired by sorrentolens after viewing his wonderful photo “Speared Gate” :

 

 

Here Comes the Sun

Here Comes the Sun

My First Photos

January 10, 2009

Ok, a professional I’m not…but Santa did bring me my camera so I can’t resist showing you my first attempts…

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River Through Winter Trees

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Psychscribe Quote # 35

June 15, 2008

“Integrity is who you are when no one is looking.” Author Unknown

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The Gift I Gave that Everyone Hated

December 31, 2007

Our kids gave us a surprise party last month. All our friends and family came, and everyone looked really great. You’d think that would be obvious since they were so  decked out and all. I mean, thought they looked great. So I printed and framed a photo of each couple for Christmas, and managed to apparently traumatize each and every one of them. Well, truth be told, it was the women who were traumatized….

Responses ranged from polite dismay, to “Omigod, I look terrible in that picture!” to “Do I really look that fat?” to my sister’s most memorable response. She opened the gift, exclaimed “But I look so old!”  and began giggling uncontrollably….which caused our mother to start giggling with her…till they were laughing so hard that tears were streaming from their eyes. (In all fairness to me, she wore a silly hat the night the photo was taken, which did not flatter her, but I figured she must have liked how she looked or why would she have worn it, you know?)

The moral of the story: I will never, ever give anyone a photo of themselves again. People always think, hope (?) that they look better than they actually do…why would I want to be a buzz kill ?!