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Pink Peonies | Yea Yea Pueblo

Resistance is futile; when flowers collect in vases under my roof my camera comes out and the shutter clicks like the baseball card in the bicycle wheel spokes of a pre-teen.

Flowers are an optical playground; exposure, saturation and aperture all waltz around one another, creating almost audible images. I love it. And so I share, once again, a ton of photos without purpose.  Reds & Oranges | Yea Yea Pueblo Pink Peonies | Yea Yea Pueblo Reds & Oranges | Yea Yea Pueblo Pink Peonies | Yea Yea Pueblo Pink Peonies | Yea Yea Pueblo Reds & Oranges | Yea Yea Pueblo

5 Comments

  1. Holly Holstead Holly Holstead

    Crystle, you are an incredible photographer and writer. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy getting these posts. I look forward to the time I can see you and Isaac and Margot in person. Love, Holly (Isaac’s cousin) and now your cousin too.

    • Wow, I’m flattered, Holly! I’m glad to hear you stop by and keep up with things around here.

      Hopefully we’ll be back down in Oklahoma in the next year or so with Margot. She has a lot of family to meet!

  2. Roberta Roberta

    Always a purpose Crystle; sharing God’s artistry and your gift! Thank-you!

    • Thanks, Roberta. You’ve always been so supportive.

      On a side note, my church gifted me a Mother’s Bible today, and on one of the pages of information I was to fill out, it asked who I learned how to be a mother from. You were high on the list.

      XOXO

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