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This week’s photo friday challenge is Chill.
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Hello! Happy Friday!

(I hope your week was better than mine!) I’m looking forward to getting a hair cut (at a fancy salon) tomorrow morning. Let’s hope that the amount of tears is inversely proportional to the amount I spend to get a cut. I’ll post photos tomorrow if it doesn’t look too bad! I’m also looking forward to hanging out with my oldest and dearest friend Liv tomorrow nite (hello cosmic bowling!) and I’m especially looking forward to seeing all my old girlfriends from high school on Sunday evening! It’s been, what, 10 years since I’ve seen some of them? I’m super excited!!!!

Today’s New Arrival is my Follow Me 5×7 Fine Art Print. I added the photo greeting card yesterday (and will be adding the 8×10 print tomorrow)

Follow Me- 5x7 Fine Art Print

Follow Me- 5x7 Fine Art Print

Follow Me- 5x7 Fine Art Print

Follow Me- 5x7 Fine Art Print

Follow Me

Take my hand and follow me
to that place I long to be.
Take my hand and trust my way,
in that place forever stay.
Follow me toward the sand;
we’ll run and play, hand in hand.
Take my heart and hold it true;
forever I’ll stay close to you.
Seize my words and listen well,
then forever I will tell.
Release your heart and feelings too,
just as I will do for you.
Trust your heart and follow me,
to that place we long to be.

-by Michelle Newton

Follow Me
5×7 Fine Art Print

This 5×7 fine art photo is professionally printed on premium quality, acid free, archival paper.

Shipping will be combined if ordering more than one item from my shop!

Not exactly what you are looking for? This photo can be made into a greeting card, 4×6, 5×7, 8×10, 11×14 prints, and larger! Please contact me and I will be happy to customize your order!

You can fine this print, as well as the photo greeting card in my etsy shop:

Be sure to check back tomorrow for the 8×10 version!
Have a great weekend!!!!

I am in love with Arizona and would go back there in a heartbeat. This photo was taken during my last trip out there (about 2 years ago) while in Saguaro National Forest, in Tuscon.

Arizona Highway- 8x8 Fine Art Print

Arizona Highway- 8x8 Fine Art Print

Arizona Highway- 8x8 Fine Art Print

Arizona Highway- 8x8 Fine Art Print

Well, I wonder just what makes a man keep pushin’ on
Why must I keep on singin’ this old highway song.
I’ve been from coast to coast a hundred times or more,
And I ain’t seen one place that I ain’t been before.

-Merle Haggard

Arizona Highway- 8×8 Fine Art Print
8×8 Fine Art Print

This 8×8 photo is professionally printed on premium quality, acid free, archival paper.

This print is available in my etsy shop

as well as in my Art Fire Shop

Love this print? Hate it? I’d LOVE to hear your opinions!

Good morning! Happy Monday! This weekend was quite the busy one! As you know, our friend Adam came in from New Mexico. We took him to all sorts of cool places in Wicker Park on Thursday. Friday we hopped the El and took him to the Art Institute, and had dinner at Italian Village (where I lost my phone!!!) Came home Friday evening and just chilled.

Saturday, Adam was supposed to leave, but we had gotten something like 8″ of snow overnight,and it was still coming down! We ventured out for breakfast (c’mon, if you’ve ever had Walker Brothers Apple Pancakes, you know why) and decided that it was much to perilous outside to venture out anymore. We spent the day cooped up indoors. I think Adam was coming down with the sniffles. Later on in the evening, when the snow stopped, and the roads were safer to drive on, we went to toys ‘r us, and to get some coffee. Feeling a little more adventurous, we drove down Lake Shore Drive a bit and took in some city sites.

Sunday morning arrived sunny and clear, so Adam took off toward the great warm southwest.

But my adventures weren’t over yet! Sunday we met up with Cindi (aka Dr. Beef) and her beau at the Museum of Sciene and Industry for some learnin’ and photography fun! While we had an awesome time with Cindi and Terry, we were disappointed that there were so many sections of the museum that were closed! I don’t think we’ll be going back there anytime soon.
Whew! What a weekend! I seriously think I need a day or two to relax and recover!!!!

Anyways, today’s macro monday theme is Imperfection. I took this shot Friday at the Art Institute. Its a statue representing Horus, the egyptian god of the sky. What I love about this shot is that the sculpture is beautiful, glossy black stone, and looks nearly perfect except for a tiny chipped bit by the wing.  Love it.


Have a great Monday!

Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful holiday week! I’m looking forward to another long weekend!!!) This week’s macro Monday is meaningful holiday ornaments. I must confess, i sorta cheated on this one. I don’t put up Christmas decorations and I have no ornaments that are meaningful left over from my childhood as my grandma threw away our Christmas tree and all holiday decorations (I am so sad– I would LOVE to have the aluminum tree that we used to put up! Do you know how awesome and how expensive they are?)

So, this macro Monday shot is one of my shots that my company used as their email Christmas greeting to their customers. I’m pretty excited that we used my photo again (it’s good to be the one who creates the emails!)

Happy Monday!!! I’m back with another Macro Monday– This week’s theme is “Seeing the Light.” I really like this weeks theme, as I find light to be very important when I shoot!

This is a close-up shot of the face towers that are on Michigan Ave. in downtown Chicago (right outside the art institute.) The faces are kinda creepy. They just sorta stare out at each other. But anyways, all these tiny lights make up images of these hulking towers! Close up, they don’t really look like much, do they? get a little father away, and they look like this:
photo by chartno3
kinda cool, huh?

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