My eye Your eye


We had a Professional Photographer show up at our door a couple of months ago who offered her services in return for room & board.

She set out to document a day at the Fruity Chicken Orchard. This was in mid February and we were putting our last couple of trees in the ground.

I have always appreciated good tools but never viewed them as part of an interesting composition, although I’m sure the Kool Krew were convinced they were the main focus.

Who would have guessed that something as routine as staking and painting tree trunks could look so interesting.

Usually it’s just me working on my little project, a camera shows up and my nephew suddenly becomes helpful.

  

My Sister Lorri has a definite gift for finding the beauty in everything and capturing it on film.

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2 thoughts on “My eye Your eye

  1. artsifrtsy says:

    This made my day – you’re the best!

  2. purpleowltree1234 says:

    i love this!! what a Great job being a photographer for room and board!!! 🙂 It’s always awesome to get a visual catalogue of things that change over time, so you can look back and realise how much things improve. 🙂 This is a cool post! Miss D. X

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