Saturday, February 26, 2011

Coming Out of Hibernation ~ SOOC Sunday

(c) Misty DawnS

When I was creating my 2010 recap of critter photos for Camera-Critters, I realized that I didn't have any photos at all from February of 2010. After looking a little further, I realized I hardly had any photographs from February of 2009 either. I guess I'm deep into my hibernation mode by the time February rolls around! haha So, I'm kind of proud that I have a few photographs in the February 2011 folder on my hard drive. Not many, but a few any way. This photograph is one of them. Actually, to be honest, this photograph was a result of my going outside with the camera and forcing myself to snap a few photos, because I knew that I desperately needed to emotionally.



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10 comments:

Roni

SOOC...what is that? Kidding.:) I love the editing process, I really do. But I have been working on getting it more right in camera first. Oh spring, please come soon. We do not want to hibernate anymore....

Kay L. Davies

Coming out of hibernation is a very good thing, for the buds and the bears and you, Misty.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

And Miles To Go...

awesome, Misty!

Jan

Great catch, Misty. I'm glad you forces yourself outside.

Ashrunner

Hummm....a budding photo from a photographer.

Nice, Misty 8v)

Joyful

I love, and always look for, the first buds of spring. This year they come late as we are still having snowfall...I don't think I've ever seen snowfall this late where I live.

Teresa

It's a beautiful picture. It is so hard to get out in February between the fog and drizzle and cold and all that other stuff. Luckily, we're almost to March!

euthymic

Photography makes a great emotional outlet. It's a way of saving something that tells you life has a way of going on, just like the lovely tree in the photo:)

Mocha Barney, Ashley Pumpernickel and Winniechurchill

Charlene

Such a pretty silhouette style photo! Good thing you got out to snap a few. :)

Tammy

The windchill here this morning was -29 C so I'm still hibernating! I WANT SPRING!!!

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