2.18.2016

Taiwan Cherry Blossoms

Hello, everyone!
Yesterday, I had the chance to do a little photo shoot of some beautiful Taiwan cherry blossoms blooming at a friend's house. It's always nice to see the first signs of spring, even in the south! 
The photos aren't the greatest quality because I didn't stop to properly adjust the settings. (I was about to leave when I noticed the tree, and I just had to get a few pictures. blurry or not!)



















This one is one of my favorites. 




Sunlight is really cool! ;P









Please ignore my hand in there.....I couldn't crop it without it looking even stranger!)













Which one is your favorite? =)







Oh, and one more thing. Lord's Girls is having a writing contest, and it is really neat!

(The picture is hers, not mine!)

 I've entered, and I thought I would help spread the word about it. If you want to check it out, go here.





10 comments:

  1. Beautiful!!!! I like the second from bottom photo best. =) Those are really pretty blossoms!

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  2. Thanks! I like the second to the last one too, and it's probably the clearest one, anyway! :)

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  3. Beautiful, Emily!! I love the second and fourth from the bottom. So pretty!!!

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  4. Thank you! You'll have to post some of your pictures sometime too! :)

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    1. Thank you! I had fun taking the pictures at the Conners. :)

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  6. I love the second one from the bottom, too! You take beautiful pictures!

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    1. Thanks so much! I do enjoy photography, although I'm not very good at it yet......

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  7. I really like the pictures, Emily! :) They are really pretty!
    I enjoy taking pictures too. ;)

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    1. Thank you very much! And thanks for leaving a comment. :)
      ~Emily

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