My blog has a new home!!

I've found a new home for my blog and photos! I hope you'll pop over and take a look here Picsie Chick. The site is still in the building stages, with all of the same great pictures, and many new features to come. I'd love to know what you think of it. See you there! ~T~
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Tuesday, August 21, 2007


trumpet857-9776, originally uploaded by picsie.chick.

It had only been my repeated experience that when you said to life calmly and firmly... 'I trust you; do what you must,' life had an uncanny way of responding to your need.
Olga Ilyin

2 comments:

Deb said...

You're seriously not getting comments? I'm guessing they're just not being published? Because how can anyone not comment!

I'm really impressed by your photography. You have an eye for color and the lines that will draw the eye. Fantastic! Of course I need to know more. Camera, etc.

I'll be back! Just found your blog tonight, so I have lots to catch up on. Lucky me! :)

Picsie Chick said...

Thank you, Deb.

Yes, I would love to have more comments! When I started my blog, I decided I wanted the pictures to "speak for themselves". I don't think it's all that important for my viewers to know what I was thinking when I took the photo, or why I chose it this day. I usually talk to much as it is, and wanted this to be a simple forum for my photos.

Still, I'd love to hear more of what emotions, thoughts or memories my pictures evoke for others.

I use about a five year old Nikon 5700 that is showing serious signs of its age and use! Not surprisingly, I use the macro setting a lot, and spot area focus metering most of the time. Other than that, I occasionally will use shutter or aperature priority.

Most of the time I walk around with my camera - on my way to and from work, on lunch breaks, and on weekend walks in wildish areas. In fact a great many photos, especially of the roses and gazania daisies, are taken in my own yard. My focus (poor pun for a photographer!) has to do with finding beauty where we don't expect it.

Welcome to the blog, Deb!