Thank You, Darlin’ Dot

Shirley has a lot to thank her darlin’ Dot for.

Dot is the professional photographer in the family at large. Shirley wrote about her earlier this year: Shirley and Snoot are real proud of this talented, first Daughter-in-love of theirs.

Once again she has opened the window of photography a good bit wider for Shirley, an amateur photographer. While taking in the outdoor view on a recent visit to the farm, Dot mentioned the wonderful photos that could be captured. Then she asked Shirley the killer question—“Where is your camera?” She answered her own question, “I know, it is put away neat and tidy in your case.” How did she know that, Shirley wondered?

Opening the pantry door, Dot pointed to an empty spot on the shelf. “This is where I would keep it all the time. A camera in it’s case is seldom used.”

Before being too hard on Shirley, dear reader, it is helpful to know she is ‘a-place-for-everything-and-everything-in-its-place’ sort of gal. Neat and tidy. Sometimes to a fault.

Well, later that very day, Shirley proudly showed Dot the ‘new home’ for her camera. The exact spot Dot had pointed out to her. One more little tip our amateur photographer learned from her professional Dot—-keep the lens cap off!

Shirley says it reminds her of a verse from Scripture: Where no oxen are, the trough is clean; But much increase comes by the strength of an ox. Proverbs 14:4

Shirley would like to share some of the wonderful moments in time caught because of having her camera closer to hand:

Shirley thanks her darlin’ Dot for opening her photographic mind and window a little bit more.

9 thoughts on “Thank You, Darlin’ Dot

  1. Nice pics, lovely rainbow and the picture of the seeds, was neat cause you could almost see the growing. And what a strut from that chicken!!good job , I see you are trying out the new camera .

    • Thank you, kindly, Diane. I just love the way photography captures a moment in time, a moment that will never be repeated. It helps me to number my days. Blessing to you, my blogging friend.☺️

      Blue Rock Horses Frederick County, Virginia

  2. You pictures are very nice. I love the rainbow. Do you know what kind of rooster that is. We have one that has similar coloring. We got him this spring. We thought we were buying Black Australorps but ended up with several different breeds or cross breeds.

    • Thank you, kindly! She is a Black Sex Link. Her name is Doris. 😀 She’s a great chuckle (my name for chickens, because we love the way #chickensmakeuschuckle) 🤣

      Blue Rock Horses Frederick County, Virginia

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