26 January 2009

can of worms

My friend Janet, an avid photographer and all-around artsy gal, suggested I create an account in Flickr. Can of worms is now open. I spent a good number of hours this weekend (between a visit with Grandma and going away party for a dear friend) uploading some of my photographs onto my own page. I have a lot of photos still left to go through, and I'm not sure how good I'll be about keeping the page updated, but it has been a lot of fun revisiting over a year's worth of photographs I have lying around (or still on the camera taking up precious space!).

Here are a couple from this summer. A wonderful summer twilight sky and a bouquet with chinese lanterns that I grew in my garden. I still have those bright lanterns sitting in a vase on my kitchen windowsill (they dry beautifully).

5 comments:

Stacey said...

I'm thinking about uploading my photos to Flickr as well because Snapfish now makes you pay for downloads. But I've heard good thing about Picasso too...

Theresa said...

I use Picasa. I don't really understand Flickr, is it just like Picasa? It seems like anyone can look at the photos you post, is that true? Please, someone explain.

Theresa said...

G, I am looking at your photos. You really have a gift you know - you are a fantastic photographer!

G. said...

I'm still learning, but you can set it so that only your "contacts" can view your photos or specific photos if you want a bit more privacy with personal photos. I don't have any like that right now so no big deal.

Christine said...

Is the groovy dusk sky at the bluegrass concert we went to? Cool photo! I love Japanese lanterns - are they easy to grow?