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Still Here :/

Well I am on month 6 of blog post procrastination. I don’t even know where to start.  I don’t know where the time goes.  It seems to just fly by no matter how much I try to take hold of it and make it slow down. 1,195 more words

Life In The Country

Young Alpacas

Nikon D80 – handheld

AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED

F/5.6, 1/500, ISO 400 7 more words

Cee Neuner

Blue and Furry

When i saw this pattern i knew i needed to knit it – in mohair. Kidsilk mohair+alpaca yarn. Luxurious. Hoping for a slightly 90s type furry-ball sweater :-D… 40 more words

Knitting

WIP Wednesday: Liara-Rose

I said I’d be back to talk about my continuing lace adventures and here I am, with yet another complex lace shawl in my lap. I’ve talked before in multiple posts about how much I love lace, and it holds true; as I expand my knitting into a profession instead of just a hobby, it’s even more important to me to have one or three “selfish knitting” projects aside that I do just for my own pleasure… and the most pleasurable thing for me to knit, at least at this stage in my life, is shawl-sized sprawls of lace. 563 more words

Knitting

The Four Things

Ming Thein is a professional photographer extraordinaire, an Oxford graduate (at 16), a physicist, and a man that takes his craft very seriously. One of his many useful and practical theories is something he calls the four things. 224 more words

Lancaster Pennsylvania

How To Save a Bad Photo

There are as many ways to save a bad photo as there are ways to scale a fish. If you’re shooting RAW, you can play with the file in Lightroom, Photoshop, HDR software or all three in whatever sequence floats your boat. 354 more words

Lancaster Pennsylvania

FACT FOOD #833

Alpaca resembles Llama and is often termed as a small ‘llama’ because of the resemblance. They are mostly found in the South American countries of Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador. 57 more words

Fact Food