Monday, April 8, 2019
I love the contrast in colors with the warm golden background with the darker grey of the leaf.
Nice to have the stem out of focus but the frost in the center and edges in focus.
But a sure sign of spring is to see the Canada Geese near the wetlands at Lois Hole Centennial Park.
Unfortunately, not much open water for them yet. We have to admire the tenacity of nature because if there was no open water when I arrived I would be saying to my mate let's head south for a few more days. Thanks anyway.
The pond in Spruce Grove had some open water when I was there later in the week.
I loved the light that morning. I noticed that the white patch on the smaller is darker which I presume is the female. There were 2 set of geese at the wetlands and this was the case in both. I have not noticed that before.
I made a stack of fold top bags for sale at a fundraiser for my grand neice's trip this summer.
The majority of those I made are snack size.
These are larger because the piece of fabric was just nice to split in half. I paired it with some warm turquoise fabric. You can check here for sewing instructions. This smaller bag on the right was just right to hold feminine pads. A nice pretty bag for storing these in a purse or back pack. Great for the girls and moms who will be attending this fundraising event.
I took this photo of the tassels on my mini blinds.
You can check out what others took photos of at this Macro Mondays link.
You can check out my photo stream at SMDPics.
I have finally resolved my log in issues now that the process was updated not to require a Yahoo account.
Sharing with Mosaic Monday #22 hosted by Angie at Letting Go of the Bay Leaf.
Mersad who hosts Through my Lens #186.