Thursday, October 23, 2008

Lost loves.....

I found out the other day that you can take your negatives to Costco and they will put them on a disk for you! It was much cheaper than I thought it would be. After I got the disk back I was going through the pics and thought I would share a couple of them with you. I found so many that had been forgotten, how sad! It funny how attached we get to certain images. Maybe we remember the way it smelled, and what kind of weather it was when we took it. The feeling we had standing before something beautiful. Or we remember where we were in life, and where we thought we were going. Well for these pics I was away in Europe. I loved the detail and history around every corner. Every frame has its special little story. I'll post some more from my next batch. In the mean time I think you should all post a meaningful picture to you. I want to know how you were feeling at the time and why its so special! Leave me a comment telling me all about it!


Gracewanderer said...

Those are gorgeous pictures, Miranda!

Have you ever looked at getting a Flickr account? It's free and it's a good way to put photos online:

I've got a bunch up there. Most of them are terrible :p

-Dan Crookston

Steph and Brock said...

These are awesome! I've always loved that one of the fact next time I'm home, I just might make you blow one up for my house.


P & L said...

One good stalk deserves another!

You look great and your Mushy does too.

I love all the pictures...especially the wedding one. Beautiful.

Mari said...

I LOVE these pictures! Sorry that I don't have a meaningful one on my blog right now. I'm so glad you came by and commented though!!! Now we can be blog buddies.

Anonymous said...

You are such an awesome photographer.

Mrs.Allen said...

I love your pictures too. I should put more up around the house. thanks for walking me through the blog maze Love you, mom

Michelle said...

miranda, these are gorgeous!

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I always had aspirations to make it big. Learn French. Move to Paris- for good. Instead, I met my soul mate, and our two lives became one. We decided to make it small, and moved to a little city. The inspiration for this blog came to me, while I was driving on an old country road with the top down and my man at the wheel. As the fields flew by, and the the Wasatch Mountains glowed in the Sunset. I realized that I may never be able to speak French and I will never move to Paris but I had made it big after all. This blog is dedicated to all the little things that make small town living beautiful.