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Friday, March 20, 2009

Happy Spring


It wasn't the warmest first day of spring in history but the sun was shining and was otherwise a beautiful day! I've been eying these lovelies out my family room window and thought today was the perfect day to cut them and bring them inside. Of course I had a great helper, who was more interested in picking up the rocks than holding the flowers - hmm, maybe I should be glad of that.

I borrowed a lens from a coworker who swears this is the best lens ever. It's the Canon 50mm 1.8 - allegedly the best lens for it's price on the market.  I couldn't wait to try it out and what a better subject than my adorable Colin paired with a piece of nature! Looks like he might have had a point, this lens is pretty spectacular.

Enjoy your weekend and hopefully some beautiful spring weather!

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and flowers!! He looks so cute!! We are so sorry- we just discovered our link on yesterdays post to you was not activated!! Please know we truly appreciate the yummy basket!! We fixed the problem!! Thank you again!
    blessings,
    kari & kijsa

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  3. these are beautiful pictures :)

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  4. Great pictures! I've gotten to where I barely use anything but a 50mm lens - love it.

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