Often the simplest things are the most beautiful. It rained here overnight, so this morning I found my tulips covered with droplets of water. What could be more beautiful than that?
While visiting my sister in Logan with my kiddos, we noticed that there were grain silos everywhere! So of course we had to stop and take pictures. We even managed to drive past a grain mill with enormous white silos where they store the grain they grind into flour.
Today we visited our local nursery to get plants for our garden. My kids' favorite part of the trip was the fact that they have red Radio Flyer wagons for you to transport your plants around in. Of course we may have transported more than just plants in our wagons!
Before I got married and had kids, I found it relaxing to sit and cross-stitch. Maybe when my kids are grown and I am slightly less busy, maybe I will pick it up again. This is the most difficult cross-stitch I ever attempted. It is on linen fabric, and if you look closely you can see that many of the stitches are made up of two colors of floss. It's no wonder it is only 3/4 finished!
I did not know what to do for this prompt until I found this tutorial on photographing the "bubbles" that oil make in water. I was not sure if I could pull this off, since I do not have a macro lens. However I do have macro filters, so I decided to give it a shot. Though these images are not perfect by any means, I absolutely LOVE them.