When an idea to make a skirt out of tree boughs popped into my head I wasn't entirely sure I could pull it off. But I crafted what I thought was a pretty workable model - but schedules got in the way and we had to delay our session. And unfortunately the tree skirt above did not survive the week and a half inside and you could say she became "threadbare".
When our schedules finally merged the photo of that "model skirt" sparked not only my interest but Sarah's as well. So I quickly crafted another skirt for Sarah and she pulled it all together magnificently.
With the winter white snow cover our next choice was a simpler more thoughtful look.
…again keeping with our "tree skirt" idea.
Tis the season to be merry… and a little twinkle and sparkle certainly brightened the day!
looking ahead for the new year I'm seeing a black veil with a red feather hat and smokey eyes…. ;) stay tuned
a friend on the front lawn this morning. He is cautious but comfortable enough to visit here often. I'm thankful that he decided to say "hello" on this day of Thanksgiving.
No bullets to dodge here - just the harmless click of a shutter. I'm glad I didn't pick up all the "drops" yesterday ~ he and his friends were able to have a Thanksgiving feast of their own. Just looked back on my photos from the day before ~ almost 50 apples were around the tree.
Gives me pause to think about how much of what we do or don't do affects others in our lives.
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