All About Passions

This Past Week working on my word "Discover"~Celebration, Lens, Food, Be Still

It has been a good week, doing what comes into my heart.  Some bad things happened but also some really good.  Putting a dog down is not a pleasant way to start the week, even when it isn't your dog but my daughters, SIL, and granddaughter.  That was the unpleasant, the good was seeing with my camera my granddaughters 9th birthday, a take on this weeks Be Still lesson, and playing with lens and food.  

Be Still Lesson Hanging a bottle, my interpretation using a little hanging container that holds my Tillandsia (air plant) which grows with no soil only air and a spray of water.  I used my Lensbaby Double Glass Optic on the left and my 100mm macro on the right. This is hanging on a door handle on my dining room hutch. I like both for different reasons. 

Be Still Lesson Hanging a bottle, my interpretation using a little hanging container that holds my Tillandsia (air plant) which grows with no soil only air and a spray of water.  I used my Lensbaby Double Glass Optic on the left and my 100mm macro on the right. This is hanging on a door handle on my dining room hutch. I like both for different reasons. 

Lens baby Sweet 35 with Macro converters, love seeing blooms on my cactus.

Lens baby Sweet 35 with Macro converters, love seeing blooms on my cactus.

So thankful for this prop, one of my favorites I got in Long Beach, and it makes such great dark moody images. 

So thankful for this prop, one of my favorites I got in Long Beach, and it makes such great dark moody images. 

I made these roasted green beans this week and it won't be the last time I fix this.  So simple.

Bake at 500 degrees

2 teaspoons of olive oil

1/4 cup chopped onion

1/4 cup cashews

salt and pepper

Toss to coat green beans, spread on a cooking sheet and bake for 20 min, turning every 5 min. or so.  Sprinkle with parmesan cheese before serving. 

Week in Review for January 3-9 2015