foggy and frosty…

…say that a few times and you get froggy and frosty! (ha ha) This has been a very uninspiring winter for photography for me. No snow. Which you would think was a good thing, because the weather has been very mild. As you know, mild weather makes it far more enjoyable to operate a camera when your hands aren’t freezing into numb, useless appendages. But it just looks blah outside. Like plain oatmeal.

Well finally today there was some lovely frozen fog on the trees and grasses—nature’s bling. I wish I had more time outside, but hopefully these images capture the bling of the moment.

And, as you, my loyal readers know, I’ve been working on the Sweet Clover Pet Photography website. I had imposed an arbitrary deadline of January 31st, 11:59 pm. I think it was around 11:45 pm that I finished it! And while it still needs some tweaking, I think you will enjoy taking a peek at my new business! I encourage you to sign up for the Sweet Clover blog posts, even if you aren’t in central Minnesota. You never know who knows who and where they might live! And you might get a chuckle out of reading the About Mulder page. And he’s even had a paw in writing his own blog post! He will be a frequent “guest” blogger.

I’ll be getting my feet wet in one, and possibly two, marketing events this month. Although the one is more networking. Although marketing for me IS networking. Believe it or not, I’m not one to put myself in someone’s face and tell them how great I am. But I can’t let them smell fear! I saw a phrase recently, fake it until you make it. 

So here’s to faking it!!

Ciao!

::bk::

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About Barb Kellogg

I'm a people, pet and nature photographer who loves great bokeh, dark chocolate, and a good cup of tea.

6 comments

  1. Oatmeal – great description. Nature’s Bling – another great description!
    I’m on my way to the Sweet Clover Pet Photography site now!

  2. Marcia

    I, too, loved the frosty ‘bling’ the fog brought this week. Winter is such a still and quiet season when outside. This forest of frost caused me to pause. Love it.

  3. Janene

    I think these beautiful, frosty days are our reward for living through Minnesota winters. I don’t imagine people wake up to such a beautiful surprise in Arizona! Walking outside on these still mornings is just magical…keeps me believing in a higher power!

  4. Wonderful photo, Barb. I agree, winter without snow it’s no fun. You’re fingers feel okay, but your heart feel kind of sad. Congrats on your business, i will take a look.

    Have a good one, Anne xx

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