🌞 Good afternoon sunbeams,
I want to send you all my warmest blessings for a ✨ shimmerific Spring/Autumn Equinox! ✨ (Spring, for those of us pixies living in the Northern Hemisphere, and Autumn, for you Southern Hemisphere sprites!)
I have been away from my blog for a while. Yes, I am still here! I had a much needed vacation during the month of January. I went home to visit with family. It was very nice to see everyone. Over the break I got to take lots of photos. I got a new camera for Christmas and have been in love with it ever since. I think I have used it nearly every single day. So ~ you all know what that means, right? Of course you do ~ I’ll be sharing photos in this blog post!
I am also in the last semester of my degree program, which means I graduate this May. I ordered my cap and gown about two weeks ago. After placing my order, the fact of graduation started to become real to me.
I hope all of you are doing well. I miss you guys and I think of you all often.
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The photos I will be sharing in this blog post were taken in January, while I was visiting my home in the southwestern United States. Most of them are collages, for reasons of both beauty and convenience. And the very last collage contains photos taken in both the Southwest and the Midwest.
1 ~ This is the moon behind Eucalyptus branches in an early stage of the total lunar eclipse.
2 ~ An Anna’s hummingbird reflecting iridescent pink sapphire feathers in the warm sunshine.
3 ~ Palm trees and pretty skies
4 ~ Eucalyptus & sunshine, hummingbird, and palm tree blowing in the breeze
5 ~ Anna’s hummingbird and bougainvillea blooms
6 ~ Sunset over the mountain range, highway, and agricultural fields
7 ~ Closeup of a female Anna’s hummingbird
8 ~ Sunset through reeds
9 ~ Sun setting over agricultural fields
10 ~ This one you may recognize from my header image. I call it “A fairy’s perspective of the garden”
11 ~ And here is a collage of some of my favorite bird photos.
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Now you’ve seen a bit of my home (at least of the local flora & fauna 😉). I hope you liked the photos. Let me know if you would like to see another blog posts with photos.
Yours in Faith, Trust, & Pixie Dust,