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!