images of home…

Fish spinning thingy

This could really be almost anyone’s home—a spinning thingy hanging from the eave, tomatoes growing outside, apples on the kitchen table.

A trinket purchased.

Flowers growing in the yard.

But this is my parents’ home. My parents love to fish. They try to grow a few things. And their kitchen table captures the morning sun.

The bracelet was a relatively local purchase by me. (Thanks Patty and gals from Secret Sisters Boutique in Ely, MN!)

And the pretty little yellow flowers from my parents’ yard that I suppose are technically weeds. And, well, I got bitten up by several itch-inducing flying creatures while lying on the ground to get these little lovelies. (Thanks Dad for not mowing while I was home so I could photograph in the yard. Although I think it had more to do with how HOT it was a few weeks ago in Minnesota than any fatherly generosity.)

The yellow flowers I titled “flowers within the fog…”. Although the “fog” was actually condensation on my lens that afternoon. At first I didn’t notice it and wondered why things looked so unclear. This happened to be the first image I took that afternoon! (The yellow flowers can also be found on Barb Kellogg Photography.)

I’ll have to find a few things to photograph around my own home for a future blog post.

By the way, no tomatoes yet. But it’s been a hot summer, so hopefully they’ll have some soon!




apples in sunlight


bracelet on table

Bracelet from Secret Sisters Boutique in Ely, MN

yellow flowers

flowers within the fog…


About Barb Kellogg

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

One comment

  1. karen

    Nice. The neighbor gal wondered who the person was laying down in our yard taking pictures of the grass. Small town, nothing goes unnoticed. The fish picture is esp nice.

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