One goal I've always wanted to accomplish was to make movies and, today, I decided to try and learn how to create a Stop Motion film. I did have a lot of fun and, though this isn't 'spectacular', I do plan on making more and learning as much as I can for when I work … Continue reading Revenge Of The NutCracker
Finding inspiration in everyday things to take home with me, painting what I see on canvas is one of my favorite things to do. And to find that inspiration, it's very important to keep looking up. 🙂 Hope you all have a fantastic weekend and thank you so much for visiting my blog. ❤ Photography … Continue reading Look up!
Taking a minute Happily curled up alone... Here in my sweet place. © Susan Reed Haiku and Photography by Susan Reed in Response to this week's Photography Challenge: Opposities.
My family and I took a trip four years and nine days ago that is still deeply ingrained in my memory. We went to the Smoky Mountains to enjoy a weekend away from everything and spent most of our time on hiking trails to find waterfalls and look at the beauty of nature. This particular … Continue reading Mingo Falls
When my husband and I were spending an entire weekend at the Smoky Mountains, I told him that I'd never actually seen a Sunset. We didn't spend a lot of time in the shops but we were hiking and exploring the entire weekend - it was magnificent. It felt so good to be with him, … Continue reading Half-Light
Snow The snow comes again, Weight making the branches groan. Cold creaking my bones. © Susan Reed In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge - Seasons.
Big Dreams Tiny little things, Miniature with big dreams. Keep moving forward. © Susan Reed | Photography and Poetry Written in response to this week's photography challenge: Close Up
No matter what, these little darlings can always put a smile on my face. Whether they're halfway out of a box or curled under the sheets, they never fail to make me happy. 🙂 ❤ ~Susan In response to this week's Photo Challenge: Half and Half
My Four Legged Family Day full of friction, Ends with my babies curled close. Wrapped around their paws. © S. Reed This Haiku was written in response to today's Daily Prompt: Menagerie No matter how terrible the day has been, these little ones make it all better. They're definitely a big part … Continue reading Four-Legged Family