For the Love of Getting Outside…

        Whether it is heading outside in the freezing cold to capture this as I did this morning…

        Or to ride bikes through the hayfield, toward the sunset as we did a few weeks ago …

        … or to get tons of gardening done as I did this weekend or just to check on the chickens and feed the dog… or to stand on the lawn while a windstorm blows…

        … getting outside is so very therapeutic and rejuvenating, and a necessary part of the day.   So simple, but there is nothing like it.  xoxo

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        • Mom - Ahhh…be still my heart! What a breath of “fresh air” to see the sweet faces of my dear grandsons and furry grandpuppy 🙂
          I’m sure I’ll come back several times for another smile (or 4)!
          XOXOXO to GCK from GrammieReplyCancel

        • Valerie A. - Lacey! Your pictures inspire me to keep going on my photography journey and keep practicing. They are just so, so beautiful! I am also inspired to rent a macro lens and start learning about macro photography–that snowflake picture! Wow!ReplyCancel

          • Lacey - That’s wonderful, Valerie! Thank you for sharing and for your kind words. 🙂ReplyCancel

        • Auntie Jan - Hi Lacey,
          What kind of a camera lense did you use to capture the picture of snowflake/ice particle? Let me also if it was ice or snow. I can’t believe how intricate it is. Wow, isn’t God incredible?

          Give the boys a hug for me and tell them I said hello.

          Auntie Jan 🙂ReplyCancel

          • Lacey - Hi Jan!

            I used a 105mm 2.8 Macro and I *believe* it is snow! I really don’t think we often get this type around here. 🙂 My camera stopped working right after I took it so I am sad I didn’t get to try to take more … but when the boys and I were outside sledding in the falling snow I kept observing perfect little designs of snow falling on my coat sleeve. I think of them as God’s little bittiest pieces of art. 😉ReplyCancel

        • Brea - The macro of the snowflakes took my breath away! Also, I want to come visit and take photos by those woods at the golden hour. Such breathtaking scenery and light you have to work with there!ReplyCancel

        • Melissa - Gosh, Lacey, their faces are getting so big. <3 Beautiful!!ReplyCancel

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