March 10 – 17

Looking back, I should have saved this guy for St. Patrick’s Day instead of using him for the 10th.

Today (March 11) I spent some time playing with the remote control for the camera.  I set up the tripod and camera in front of me and grabbed Sadie.

What do you do with those little labels on fruits and veggies?  These are covering my paper towel holder.  (March 12)

March 13, I spotted the little manikin — he is waving hello.

While cleaning in the kitchen today (March 14) I noticed how tarnished the wine coaster was — so I polished it and thought it would make a nice photo.

My daughter graduates this year — that is hard to believe.  This afternoon (March 15) we shot a few portraits on the back deck.  I picked out my favorite and played with processing to get these different looks of the same shot.

At Dogwood Gallery today (March 16) to run through a few details on the upcoming photo show, Nature Undisturbed, this little dude was running around counting in French for me.  Here he is saying, “fromage.”

St.Patrick’s Day was a washout — kind of boring since it rained — not much playing outside today.


Donna Rosser is a fine art photographer, writer, and teacher. She leads various photography workshops and shows her work in nationally recognized exhibits and galleries. Donna writes a popular blog that attracts readers from all over the world.