Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Spring, Glorious Spring

So we pretty much sped through Fall and skipped over Winter and got smacked upside the nose with Spring in all her Southern glory!  I've been out and about with my little SLR snapping away lest we should get 2' of snow when we're not looking....

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Fall Color in Virginia

OK, trying again to see if posting the photos works.  Apparently it did work before but I can't see anything when I'm using Firefox which seems a bit silly.

So again with the photos from Monument Ave plus a couple I took down at the rivah.


WOOOOOHOOOO!  It works now!




Miss Pixie



Originally uploaded by Crazy Spider
Just playing around with my new droid.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Fall in the City of the Monuments

Well...  I was going to update my blog with all sorts of swell pics I took this past weekend but Blogger is not being very cooperative.  The pics are all over at Flickr and I think for the foreseeable future, that's just where everything is going.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Yorktown Onions

Finally managed to get down to Yorktown when the onions were in bloom.  Legend has it the onion seeds spilled off the wagon as they were transported from ships docked in Yorktown to the market in Williamsburg.  This particular onion is a old European variety and this is the only place it now grows.  I think the color combo with the grass, the sky and the York river is heavenly.




Thursday, December 09, 2010

French Kitchen



French Kitchen


Just playing around with Polyvore -- it's so nice to have just the right images at your fingertips.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Pom pom pom

This past year I received two wonderful things from my parents -- a Nikon and a membership to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.  I'm sure I've been driving my friends crazy every time I stop to take a photo but there is just so much to see there.  One thing I've sort of been keeping an eye on is the pomegranate bush.  These beauties looked good all through the buggeritall steaming hot weather we had this summer and there is still fruit on the branches.  Well, at least one fruit.  Can't wait to see what's out there in the dead of winter.