Tuesday, June 15, 2010

sweet shot tuesday

day 166 flickr project365
Happy Tuesday!
Sweet Shot Day
linking up to Darcy @ my3barbarians for sweet shot tuesday!
this is my photo of the day:  day165/flickr project365
flowers cut from my backyard, put into a mason jar and placed on the windowsill.
and one more shot of little miss g.

to see more beautiful photos click on darcy's link above.  

on another note, my parents and aunt fly in tonight!  then we will be going over our route and plans for our road trip up to maine!  crossing off some states that's on my dad's bucket list of "states and places i want to visit".
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12 comments:

Marie said...

I like using mason jars too.:D

Have fun on your road trip!:D

Happy Tuesday!:D

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Diana Mieczan said...

Your little one is so cute and I love fresh flowers!!! Enjoy your family and see you soon:)
Happy Tuesday:)

Christina said...

kisses to ms. G. Love the flowers

Life with Kaishon said...

Wow. Your pictures are nothing short of lovely. Very, very pretty!

Danelle said...

Gorgeous shots! Love the lighting and colors.

Susan said...

Just beautiful!! Love the lighting~

Amydeanne said...

awww this made me smile; love the coloring!

jen@odbt said...

Love the retro feel of the photo of Miss G.

whoisnell said...

hi, rojak is a local favourite in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a salad dish of mixed fruits including, among others, cucumber, hongkwak (turnip), pineapple, jambu air (rose apple, Syzygium jambos), and green mango. Non-fruit ingredients added to this salad include cuttlefish, jellyfish, Eu Char Koay and Taukuah (beancurds). The term "rojak" is used in colloquial expression to mean an eclectic jumble is served with a dressing made of prawn paste, hae ko (gooey prawn paste), belacan (shrimp cakes), chilli powder, and sugar; and topped with a sprinkling of grounded roasted peanuts and sesame seeds.

Gracie said...

That's a lovely jar of flowers. Mason jars look so great as vases. I should definitely use some (or something equivalent) the colours of the photos are very pretty.

Suzanne said...

Hi friend! I wanted to get back to you quickly, keep using Photoshop, I will be referencing some great mommy blogs for you in the upcoming days.

The more you play with it, the more you'll discover!

So busy at work, but hope to post tomorrow??!

Small Burst said...

have a safe and fun trip with your family. Let me know if you're coming though the DC area!