I am almost caught up! Here is my October 2015 post. Stop by my shop Sensing Majesty anytime! I try to reply to any questions or comments within 24 hours.
If you see something you think you’d like to buy and the link says the item isn’t available. Well, just ask me and I’ll pop it back up there for you. I hope you are having an absolutely wonderful day!
I found this tiny crab scurrying back and forth as it tried to build its home. It was so cute to watch. He almost looked like he is whistling while he works. Maybe if the ocean hadn’t been so loud I would’ve heard him whistling “Hi-ho, Hi-ho, it’s off to work we go”. Ha ha!
I enjoyed visiting the beach park to get a shot of this interesting peninsula. It was a very hazy day. I like the black and white shot but, I really like the sky in color. Maybe I should work on this more and make a black and white with a color sky all in one. Sounds like work though, ha-ha!
When I noticed that I was hiking on a cushioned trail. I bent over to check these green tufts under my shoes. It was a treat to see a beautiful little world of moss. So I took this macro photograph to share.
The speed limit was so slow that I was able to make a panoramic photo of the Makua Valley as my husband drove us past it. He stopped later and I got out of the car and set up a nice shot. However I liked this one better. Sometimes I choose the quick photo with the point and shoot over the one that I work on with my more advanced camera. I like that.
Oh, this is actually the back of my head! I was sending a thank you photo to my children who gave me this hair-stick. It was a challenge to take this picture! Thanks to a mirror and lots of time I finally did it. Then I thought, “Cool! I should play with this and see what kind of photo art I can make from it”. That’s the story behind this picture. Thought you might want to know why in the world someone would take a picture of the back of their head.
One of the beautiful views along the Aiea Loop Trail. We enjoyed this trail’s muddy challenge so much that we went twice!
Every time we open my booth at the Aloha Stadium Flea Market my husband and I get to see the sunrise as we head over there. That is my absolutely favorite part of setting up for a show. To me, God’s glorious sunrises are a reminder of how he treasures me enough to give me a beautiful clean start to the day. *His mercies are new every morning ~ Lamentations 3:22-24*