Likes of the Week

While we’re in the midst of final preparations on our new WordPress theme, as well as production of Nov/Dec issue of the magazine, I haven’t had a lot of time to spend on anything else. I’ll be back later in the week with my Christmas countdown, but in the meantime, here’s some things and links I’ve been enjoying and thought you might as well.

Up close and personal on a racehorse is possible and thrilling with EquiSight.

I enjoyed blogger Heather Anne, from Sealey Lake, Montana’s poignant musings about her grandfather. “He was a hard man, but romantic and nostalgic. He didn’t often come into your world, but if you made the effort to know him on his ground, he openly shared his wealth of knowledge on many topics.” Beautifully done, young gal, keep writing. Read it all here.

My continuing love affair with the Hipstamatic camera app on my iphone. Oh, the shots I’ve been able to capture, including my latest favorite, the vintage-like, textural feel of this shot of Wee.

Loving the definition of the new Cinemagraph technique – “an image that contains within itself a living moment that allows a glimpse of time to be experienced and preserved endlessly,” and intrigued with how this technique might be applied to equine photographs.

Finally, if you’re searching for a fall theme baking recipe, we whipped up these pumpkin spice muffins (with cream cheese frosting and decorated with a gooseberry) for an editorial meeting. Delicious.

Back to work!

Comments

  1. I just wanted to take the time to say thank you for the above blurb mentioning my blog on my grandfather. I love writing even though I am relatively new to it. I truly appreciate you taking the time to read it, let alone mentioning it on your site. Thank you!
    Sincerely,
    Heather Layman

  2. Thanks Heather, I really appreciate the comment! Loved the post, it sure reminded me of one or two of the old-school cowboys I’ve met over the years.

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