A journal of sorts.

I am an avid photographer with a love for digital processing. The Bearded One and I have become "Townies" once again and are in the process of transforming our suburban nest into a peaceful refuge.
This blog is where I like to stash things. An assortment of random thoughts, a recipe or two, a few of my favorite photos, and the processing thereof.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Whooty Whoo Wednesday!!!











Photo shoot with Traci,  Personal Chef... Seattle

Cottage Life

I'm home after being gone for a couple of days doing a photo shoot for Seattle Personal Chef and Specialty Food Mogul, Traci Post. Daughter Leslie got the two of us together. What an amazing time. Traci was wanting some Business shots done as well as some personal photos with her dog for christmas. Always makes the job easier when both dog and owner are as photogenic as these two. We took some shots from atop Queen Anne Hill and then headed down to the waterfront to get some classic "Pike St. Shots". I will be doing some product shots in the next couple of days.

Was good to get back home. I had finished my "beret" and was blocking it on a dinner plate so was exited to try it on.



I couldn't try it on and take the photo so "frenchman" Perdue A.K.A the Bearded One modeled it for me...


My Project 365 Photo

These are the photos that I'm taking each day and posting on project 365 for phototips.biz It's a great challenge. Keeps you on your toes trying to find different things to shoot...


Melody skitchen

Baking pots in Melody's Kitchen


Hmmm... Pause for Thought

I learned that I can be bought for a supply of Chef Traci's signature Praline Drizzle... One of her "Seductive Foods". OMG!!!  Be thankful those of you on my christmas list. I might share. Here's Chef Traci  at the fish market at Pike St.

Thanks Traci, Was a total Hoot..


Until next time...




  1. Your beret turned out great, and that's a very nice photo of your model!

  2. Thanks Ferol! It was great fun. now the work begins I get to process oodles of photos. I'm obsessed with beret making now. This is an amazing, easy-peasy pattern.