a little surprise visit to my grandparent's house in San Antonio.
a perfect fall day.
I brought Noah.
my sister and her dog, Bucky, joined us too.
and we took a leisurely stroll at a nearby trail.
it felt like vacation.
I was only able to visit for a few hours.
but these moments are forever.
|all photos courtesy Austin Home Search|
Just a little piece of sunshine wrapped up in a classic bungalow.
Anyone fancy a swing on that front porch?
I know I do.
listed for $379,000
You can see the virtual tour here: 4206 AVE B
Labels: home tours
afternoon sunshine streaming in through the windows
long sleeves with thumb holes and ruffles
warm fuzzy slippers
yet another rose from Vivo
quotes about sunshine
little objects that hold a big place in my heart
snail mail and pretty stationary
practicing with new polaroid film
hope you have a weekend filled with a few of your favorite things!
I've figured out my favorite time of year is when you can feel the season starting to change.
It always makes me feel like I'm getting another chance to start fresh.
To take a step back and see if I like how my life is going.
Start fresh if I need to.
Change bits that need tweaking.
Or just make sure to smile more.
If you catch yourself in a reflection.
I've been doing it all week for an assignment for my photo class.
You'd be amazed though, after the "I feel stupid phase wears off,"
how it can bring a little happy moment in your day.
did you know that dogs can have a root canal?
I never thought about it before,
but tomorrow morning, Noah's having a root canal.
I let him play at doggie daycare today.
So hopefully it will make tomorrow not be so bad...
lately I've been learning more about multiple exposures on film.
this was the idea I had in my head when I saw this sign, "REAL FINE DOG," on South Congress.
so I took that shot, didn't advance the film, came home and took a shot of Noah on the same shot.
unfortunately, when I got my developed film back, there was just a faint image of Noah and it was hard to distinguish.
so I superimposed two images to get the result I was aiming for.
here is the original image... noah is just a faint "ghost appearance" in the bottom left corner.
can you even see him?
you can see the metal fence much better than Noah.
if you look above the flag on the bottom left, there is a faint outline of his face.
so I'm off to the store to buy more film.
looks like I need some more practice!!