With the weather still on the warm side, especially for January, I decided to do a photo shoot to show off some of the knitting projects that I had knitted up recently. It was late in the day when I headed over to the park and the light was spectacular.
The first place I choose for a photo was up a small hill not too far from the parking lot. I had brought a remote with me to test out and after a little trial and error I was able to get a whole bunch of shots without having to race back and forth between the spot I choose and the camera.
Before the sun set for the day I hiked over to a small grove of birch trees at the bottom of the hill to get a few more photos.
It was a fun afternoon experimenting with the remote and adding myself into the photos for a change.
I spent the last couple of days visiting a friend who is in town from Vancouver. She was spending the week at her dad’s farm. Our morning was relaxing watching the horses grazing in the field and the two dogs were hanging out on the porch at our feet. True country living.
Krista and one of the horses in the barn.
Our days were all about chilling – visiting the horses in the barn, an RV ride around the track, catching up and hike along the river. Too soon it was time to leave so I wished my friend safe travels and turned my car homeward.