Friday, March 11, 2011

ready to start


Set 1: my apple tree, my dogs, Whittier Narrows


Set Two: Melrose Ave, American Vintage, Los Angeles


Set Three: sunset (taken outside of my house), the people in my old photography class, Murphy Ranch.

I've been working on mixing new pictures with old ones. What do you think? I haven't had much time to go out somewhere new due to work. But I've been saving up my money; I plan to surprise Abe with something he's been wanting. (I won't say because he's one of my faithful readers!) :)

Also, yesterday I watched footage of the tsunami that hit Japan. I felt awful for all of the people who lived on the coast. I hope this didn’t affect any of you. If it did, let me know what I can do to help! What are your thoughts on what has happened?


blurredmemories said...

wow i love the last one!

Fransisca Angela said...

it still looks good and gave a pleasure to watch the pictures even you've combined it with the old ones! loving the sunset and the last grass pictures :D
they've given a prediction that Indonesia has a big potential for Tsunami to crashed. But I really hope it will never happen.

tasha said...

i am loving the photos, sweetheart! <3 and i was the same when i saw the footage of the disaster. )': it broke my heart to see such a beautiful place being destroyed. i immediately starting praying for the safety of all the people and sent positive, strong thoughts. i really hope they will get through this with the help and support of the whole world! xx

Felicia said...

i'm loving that sky in the third pic! i was so sad when i heard the news. it seems like the news (esp of the nuclear reactor) is getting worse and worse... :(

anna. said...

i'm here for the first time and i must say - WOW. really good blog, i like it! <3


LO' said...

Thanks a lot for your comment ! :D

Your pictures are amazing ♥
You're so lucky to live in Cali.. I've been in Huntington Beach 3 weeks and I just wanted to stay here ♥


Sabrina T. said...

such a gorgeous atmosphere!these pics are wonderful and passionated..well done!:)
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Krunal said...

nice pictures


Firstly love your beautiful pictures, the lighting in that last one is so spectacular. As for my thoughts on Japan? I am extremely saddened and my heart goes out to all those affected -it's hard to look at those gruesome images. :-( xx veronika

Nicky。♥ said...

Your photos are amazing, your blog is wonderful! :) I love your culture,
You have a new Italian readers. (I'm sorry for my poor English and bad! I hope to improve)

Pass from me if you like:) see you soon


VicissitudiniLombarde said...

Brenda your photos are unbeliveble! WOW
love it :D

annA said...

Thank you dear for the comment!
I really love your photos especially the second!

I follow you!
If you want follow me too.

Olga said...

It is a real pleasure to go through all your photos. Now, I have something to smile about - your second photo :)

islabell said...

beautiful shots... I am always a sucker for pink clouds.

Its just so awful about Japan. The footage seems so horrific and unreal. I can't stop thinking about it.

NYC In Photographs said...

Lovely shots here! I really like the last one with its great tones and lighting.

I agree, seeing what is happening to Japan is really heartbreaking. My girlfriend has some family in Japan and there were a few tense hours of waiting to know if they were alright. Thankfully they are, but it just makes me think about all those who weren't as lucky.

Kristal Elise said...

some beautiful photography, but that tsunami was so surreal heart goes out to japan so much. lovely post x


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Shirley said...

Hi Brenda, thanks for dropping by my blog. I really like the last picture of the grass, it's beautiful. About Japan, I think the American Red Cross are taking donations, if you like maybe you can check them out.

Z--- said...

great pictures!loove these boots!xx

Meg said...

i love your pictures! The first is amazing!

Javier Lloret said...

It's the firt time i visit your blog, and it is very fresh, great pictures. It could be interisting that mix of pictures, the new ones with the old ones, i am waiting to see the experiment. Congratulations.

Krystal said...

that picture of the dogs turned out really really cool.
and yes, everything about japan is so sad right now, I feel so somber all the time.

Fashionography. said...

These are all so pretty! The last one is my favorite, the bokeh in the back is wonderful.

ching said...

videos of the disaster in japan are always so heartbreaking.
those are wonderful set of photos. im new to your blog. your header is adorable!

sbot said...

great post.

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JustLikeJasper♥ said...

Love this post <3
The photos are beautiful

Estelle said...

Oh Brenda you are my photography idol! You are going to be big one day, I know it! These are sooo good!

I feel horrible about the Japan quake, but also overwhelmed. In Australia we had massive flooding, then in New Zealand a horrible earthquake. I feel like I haven't had enough time in between each disaster to really reflect and sympathize with the victims. It's just mind blowing!

x x x

LO' said...

Thanks a lot lovely ♥ :)


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