Posted by Julie on December 31, 2017 in About Me
, Julie Arduini
, Life Lessons
Most biographies don’t allow enough words to share everything about yourself, especially in a guest blog post or something like that. Of the many things I’d love others to know, one is that I enjoy taking nature pictures.
I share them on Instagram and Facebook. My mom suggested I make sure I have hard copies of the pictures. I have only used my phone camera, so the pix have always been my Galaxy at the time, or currently, my iPhone 8. Each Christmas I present her with the year’s worth of pictures I took.
While I organized them for her, there were a few that stood out. I thought I would share them here.
August 2017, Highway Tabernacle in Youngstown. I finished up a book club meeting on the property and turned toward the church. The sun was setting, and this just is peaceful to me.
This was the eclipse in NE Ohio. I closed my eyes and took a series of pictures. I couldn’t believe any turned out. This is in between the trees.
My kids know if there is a good picture and I’m driving, they take it for me. This is my daughter’s handiwork, and I love it. A perfect visual of rural life.
Hydrangeas from our yard. I feel like I could reach out and touch them.
This is my hometown, Corning, NY, and historic Market Street. I love the lights and snowflakes.
This year I wanted to get a couple fog pictures. This isn’t far from our neighborhood.
I feel like I captured the fog!
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