God is in the details

on 26.7.11

I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.

~ Albert Einstein

Purple haze

on 21.7.11

"Here’s your sweet lavender
sixteen sprigs a penny
that you’ll find my ladies
will smell as sweet as any"

Lavender Sellers’s Cry, London England CA 1900

Sweet Shot Day

[FRAMED] Benjamin Edwards

I found this so inspiring!  I was in tears for more reason than one.  First I was taken by the passion of Benjamin who appears to be a God fearing man. Second was the fact that I identified with what he said about being introverted, and being able to enjoy a great conversation, but then needing to hide. I always get down on myself because of it, so I feel a little validated, {although I wish I didn't need to be}. I feel very inspired by the commitment, the attitude, the passion, and motive for what they are doing! Praise God!

Video via   [FRAMED]

Vintage summer

on 13.7.11

I love post processing as much as I love taking the picture.  After playing with several textures I created this, and really enjoyed it.  It reminds me of a vintage postcard.

Sweet Shot Day

DIY ~ Develop film with coffee and vitamin c

on 10.7.11

How cool is that!  I have not tried this myself, but hope to in the future.   If you have tried this let me how it worked for you.

From me to you....

on 8.7.11

My daughter is currently on the other side of the world on a missions trip.  I miss her sooo much :(   I think you could say this is one of her favorite words because she tends to over use it ~ amazing..... This ones for you!

    Image via  Olly Moss

Must see! Very hot topic issue....

Wonderfully done, and very informative, fascinating stuff!

Everything is a Remix Part 1 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.

Everything is a Remix Part 2 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.

Everything is a Remix Part 3 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.

Street Photography

on 7.7.11

So I have a little secret.....I have a tumblr blog that I haven't made public until now.  It is one of the many genres of photography that I love, street photography.   I discovered how much when I came across the blog of Vivian Maier. I poured over her captures and loved the unscripted nature, and the fact that they captured a different time, and place. If you have never heard of her, be sure and check out her blog, it's really an amazing story.  Then I discovered the work of Matt Stuart, who has amazing timing, and or patience and obviously an eye for the humurous, and ironic. So earlier this spring, I did what any obsessed lover of photography would do, I started another blog.  Maybe after a time, I will just combine it with my regular photoblog, but for now, I wanted it seperate.  Be sure and check it out! 8th street photoblog

Manual Photography

on 2.7.11

I came across this on tumblr, wish I had it a while ago, very cool, and practical!  Click HERE for Miguel Yatco's blog, and click HERE to purchase his poster.