Monthly Archives: June 2008
I love these little strawberry stands they have everywhere now, utterly tempting and so we stopped to get some! We drove past a rundown stand as well and visually I like the worn-out and rustic look of this one more so naturally I ran for the camera…it’s always a carry-on, oy me!
Here are more of my favorite photos from our natural light test shots at Dos Lagos!Dos Lagos photos
I love this tutorial Xia did, I’m thrilled she’s given me permission to use it so sit up and pay attention, it’s time to play with make-up! ———————- Before and After
A great find! I couldn’t believe my luck when I found this cute linen dress! It’ll be perfect to wear for a day at the beach. Now I remember why I hate these heels, ouch!
(photo taken from Forthecause myspace) After being stored away for sometime now, my costume design finally got to see the light of day once more! I have to say, the design was mine but most of the sewing was left to someone with skillful hands. You can definitely tell where I put forth my sewing […]
Here is Jonathan giving me a cute smirk while crawling by. I can’t wait to see him wobbling around on his own two feet soon. Last weekend I was told his first teeth were coming in, how exciting! On the other hand, maybe not. Some children are little animals, they love to bite! If only […]
I can’t believe my boyfriend and I spent over half an hour staring (and snapping away with the camera) in fixed fascination at a little hummingbird who remarkably enough, sat nonchalantly atop it’s perch the entire time, the little attention-whore! Drawn to the red blossoms of the tree, most of them were busily feasting. They […]
A few pictures from the Desert Garden at the Huntington. There were so many varieties of cacti and succulent plants, I found myself admiring their unconventional beauty and unique qualities. Take for instance, this delightful cactus…
After seeing what The Huntington had to offer, I enthusiastically declare my love of the place! I thoroughly enjoyed what each garden had to offer in lush vegetation and marvelous (Japanese and Chinese) architecture. It’s an ideal place to experience natural & cultural beauty and variety. Three hours in and we still had to rush […]