• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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21 April 2008

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I just came back to your blog after not visiting for several months. Your pictures and work are so beautiful, why did I stay away? I lost my beloved dog Casey right at the same time you lost yours. Every time I clicked on that picture I would cry again, (like I'm crying now.) Such perfect sweet friends dogs are - even though I have recently adopted another, who I already love to bits, I miss dear Casey. And probably always will. Hope your heart has healed.
And I am glad to have remembered your blog and to see your gorgeous photos. Our Pacific Northwest spring has been slow coming this year, hasn't it?

Neat pics!

You are the pollinator? Now that is dedication woman! And those ferns look good enough to eat.

i love the unfurling process....

lovely photos, Stephanie. I see hwy they are called fiddle heads!

Fantastic, wonderful photos. I love how bright & detailed they are--such a rarity with the gray light we get here.

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plates & forks

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::learning to draw in 2007::

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    here is where you will find progress. where i can show you what i learn; my journey becoming comfortable putting pencil to paper, creating something i will be proud of.

the covered button

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    step by step instructions for covering a metal button.... i have also made a little slide show of the tutorial. get there by cutting and pasting this link... http://rubycrownedkinglette.typepad.com/rubycrownedkinglette/2007/06/the_covered_but.html