I've online shopped, I've Pinterested, I've watched every movie and tv show on my list.
Speaking of which.
Dear Breaking Bad,
Or, Dear Walt and Jesse,
Or, Dear Gus, Tuco, and scary bad give me nightmares Mexican Twins with the axe,
You all have messed me up in a very big way, but still, I can't quit watching you.
You are disturbing on many levels, but your fascination and intrigue always wins out.
I can't wait for August 11th!
Walt's currently bald female twin,
p.s. Mom? Do. Not. Watch. Breaking Bad. Stick to the Jane Austin classics on BBC. Trust me.
My boredom has inspired me to get my camera out, and I recently set out to somewhat emulate the gorgeous darker, richer style of food photography that seems to be what all the cool kids are doing these days.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, you can take a peek here. Darker exposures and wood props, etc. I love it. It's beautiful.
Local Montana cherries were recently on sale, so I stocked up and decided to give the style a try.
I grabbed an apple box and a gingham tablecloth and lowered my exposure just a tad from where I'd normally shoot.
I like the results. A lot! I've got nothing on the pros, but not too bad for my first time out.
But then I remembered the cherry pictures I took a few years ago, so I went searching through my portable hard drive till I found them.
While I love the new cherry pics, these are so much more me.
And one of my favorite color combos.
Feel free to chime in with your favorite and have a fabulous Tuesday!