May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks.
May your heart be as light as a song.
May each day bring you bright, happy hours.
That stay with you all the year long.
It’s a beautiful Monday morning; sunny and bright, and I just returned from my walk with the “ladies”. Apparently there’s snow on the way, but so what else is new for March?
But I’m excited to start a brand new week. I signed up for “The Art of iPhoneography: Self Portraiture” with Susan Tuttle. Whoa! what a challenge this is going to be! especially when I hate to see myself in photos… I think I’m going to be heavy into the blurs and the textures and shots of my feet.
I’m also trying to catch up with Start to Finish and Beyond Beyond over at the cafe. What an inspiring lesson for Day 47 of 2B! It’s bursting with tips and inspiration!
I learned a little tip about WordPress this week. If you’ve ever written a post in Word and then copied and pasted it into your blog, you’ll know that it comes with so much strange formatting that it’s just not worth the trouble. Well, I learned that if you press Ctrl Shift V as you add it to your blog post, the text is stripped of all that annoying stuff. I think that’s pretty cool!
What are you up to this week? I’d love to hear!
Gail Dixon says
What beautiful pink tulips! Really lovely image. Hope you have a very Happy St. Paddy’s Day!!
love your shot of the tulips and tea cup! so sweet.
Such a beautiful photo and so perfect for St Patrick’s Day and Spring.
Your uptop photo is so soft and lovely! Yes, 2B. Oh, how far behind I am! I took a peek last week but I’m trying to get through Picture Process for CS6 so I didn’t spend much time. I need to get on with 2B before it disappears. I do hope Kim will leave it up a while for us. And you’re lovely so don’t be so shy about self-portraits!
Your pretty St. Patty’s day photo is just lovely Barb! Irish tea, and light green, with soft pinks and whites – lovely! Enjoy your classes!
The photo is beautifully gentle, Barb, it’s very impressive.
I had a look at that course you’ve subscribed to and was surprised how deeply a self-portrait can be understood. The example photos looked wonderful and I’d say there is a lot to be looking forward to. Enjoy!
Barbara Hurst says
Such beauty in your image, so soft and lovely like you my dear. I took the class and enjoyed it a lot. I didn’t do the self portraits in which she mentions in fact I really haven’t done anything with images from the class other than practice on my own. I really have learned a lot from that class about certain apps which I always enjoy and look forward to her added little section she is going to put in. I really loved what she did with her self portraits but then again she looks like she is just plain beautiful and young. :)
Yes s2f was a real information on overload this week and I loved it, I have gone over the videos twice and still feel I need to review them again.
Happy St Patrick’s Day.
Cathy H. says
Such a lovely image! Your tulips are beautiful!
Such a serene photo, makes me want to be there!
Linda Vincent says
That is such a pretty photo Barb…….absolute perfection.
Jen @ Lita's World says
Beautiful photo!! I found you through the s2f Kim Klassen class…and the pinterest links! So happy to find this beautiful site!!
kim klassen says
oh Barb.. this is GORGEOUS…. takes my breath away..
so happy you are taking Susans course…. I really wanna take it too!! soon….
have a beautiful week…. xo
Lisa RedWillow says
This is just stunning. Hope your staying warm. Best wishes on Susan course.
Love your work, soft and dreamy and I adore the header of your site – great work.
Thanks for the nice feedback on my triptych attempts.