Thanksgiving was pretty great around here. We spent the actual day with our friends and their big family. It’s always nice spending time with them, as they make us feel like we’ve always been a part of the holidays with them. It’s hard not to relax and feel at home.
On the day after, we seem to have a standing second Thanksgiving day meal tradition with another set of friends. We really enjoy spending time with them, too, and this year our friend broke the curse of the uncooked turkey. She made an amazing meal (as always) and we got to spend a little time with their and their best friend’s boxers, too! (That sweetie pie above is Sable. She’s just a doll… and oh so pretty.)
This last photo isn’t the best, but I was just so taken back by this wonderful cobweb like formation the light created with the rain on the barren branches of our neighbor’s tree. It was too cold to pull out the tripod and still a little rainy, so I just snapped the quickest, stillest photo I could at the time.
Looking at it now, I see it could have been so much better, but I’m still glad I have a reminder of that moment. It was just a bit freaky, but awe inspiring at the same time.0
Tags: ballet, Legos, Nikon D600, photography, Project 365
Categories: 52 Weeks of 365