Here are some pictures I took flying from Tampa, Florida to Baltimore, Maryland. I included the infamous airplane wing! All photos were taken from inside the airplane. Enjoy!
I really loved these photos and wanted to share them with you. Enjoy!
Since I left Longwood Gardens with 300 photos in my memory card, I thought I’d break them down a bit.
I am gonna end this set with my very favorite photo. It is how I wish all of these photos turned out. Everything relevant is in focus, it’s beautifully lit, it’s crisp, and beautiful. You get this because you scrolled to the end of the post!
I recently went to Florida because my little sister had MAJOR back surgery which I will be blogging about soon. While I was there, when given the chance, I took as many pictures as possible. My mother’s backyard has a huge lake surrounding the area. Because of this, there’s a lot of wildlife (including bugs, birds, gators, and beautiful scenery). The below pictures are an intro to our backyard in Florida. You may also see my mom’s pets as well.
I woke up this morning and, as usual, I checked twitter. One of the first tweets I saw was a tweet from HouseParty.com saying the following:
It’s the first day of spring! Did you know that you can stand an egg up on its base today? News to me: CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK Anyone try it?
I clicked on the link and read their awesome article. After I understood what the Vernal Equinox was all about and why it was possible to stand an egg up today, well, I had to try it. So, I went into my kitchen, pulled out my carton of eggs and wiped down the counter. Then I took one out and tried balancing one for about thirty seconds before I gave up…Lol. Then I put that one back and took another one out and ended up standing that egg up in about five seconds! I am not sure if it is too late to try, but I think it’s worth it!
Enjoy! And thank you HouseParty.com!