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I’m a sucker for barbed wire and fences.  I took this photo while camping last weekend.  I noticed how many fewer pictures I take when I’m hiking with a group.  I felt like I should hurry up for everyone, and to be honest, I don’t have many useable pictures from our trip.  Sort of makes me […]

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Took this picture just last night – we had some crazy monsoon activity in Phoenix yesterday! After the clouds parted, I was able to get this shot of a rainbow beneath this canopy of leaves.  I took the photo with my iPhone, and edited it with Snapseed (which, by the way, is my new FAVORITE camera app) […]

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I heart succulents! Maybe from growing up in the desert.  But California’s succulents are SO much better.  Prettier, more colorful, and everywhere you look.  This one happened to be in the shape of a heart.  I wonder if the homeowner planned it that way, of if it was nature’s way of giving back some love? […]

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I am such a sucker for a silhouette.  I don’t know if it’s because I’m a lover of sunsets, or just the sharp contrast of shapes and color, but it’s sort of my thing.  I brightened the photo a bit and cropped it, added the frame and watermark.  Golden skies and little girls… heaven on […]

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Hello, Gorgeous! How’d your week treat you? It’s been so super humid here, and hot, and my sinuses aren’t having any of it.  Oh, and I’m pretty sure my heart is broken.  It is so madly in love with Ocean Beach, there’s no consoling my torn up little heart right now.  Of course I’m being dramatic, but let’s […]

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Holy Mama am I tired.  I hope you are having a great weekend so far! I’m writing this Saturday night, after spending the day on five hours of sleep running around visiting family, and taking my Little Bit and my Bean, both toddlers, for the day.  This included sitting in the sun in 108 degree […]

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