Monday, July 29, 2013

photo share: Old World Wisconsin

Do you remember my preview of Old World Wisconsin from earlier this month? I'm still sorting through my huge collection of photos from that particular outing and wanted to share a few more of them today. Enjoy.

There is something so classic about a white picket fence.

Taking photos like this makes me want to do so much more with food photography.

Still photographing eggs...

There are not many things that I miss about living in Iowa, but one of them is the animals. I drove by cows and horses on my work commute and loved the wide range of baby animals at the Iowa State Fair.

What have you been photographing lately?


  1. I really like the "hand" shots as they tell a story :)
    Awww..cute piglet!!

  2. Great photos! I love that pig. It sits like my dogs!

  3. Aww, hey there, little piggy! What's the metal dome/twine holder in picture #3? I think it's cool looking, but I'm not exactly sure what it is.

  4. Super great farm life photos. I can almost smell the heat! I love the picture of old nails...

  5. Amazing photos! The flowers are so pretty. Also love the keyboard and the wooden shoes.

  6. Dear Rose, I love a white picket fence too. It just brings comfort with all it stands for.
    Your food photography is wonderful. You are capturing the nostalgia and bringing thought into the photo.
    You are really excelling with your photography.
    Blessings my dear friend. Catherine xox

  7. p.s. How could I forget to mention the little pig. I love pigs! My mom used to collect little pig figurines and I guess that is where I get the fondness for them from; just adorable. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

  8. What a lovely variety of photos Rose! I really like the picket fence and the chickens! Great job with all the different angles!

  9. great photos! You captured the flavor of the area!

  10. Love all the pretty flower shots!
    And the little pig is so cute :)


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