Thursday, September 23, 2010

FULL MOON GROTTO


Guess who has a new camera?

19 comments:

Barbara said...

I'll forgive you showing off your new camera as long as you tell me that's NOT your yard...I'm already way too jealous of you!

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Si Seniorita Barbara, it is my tiny, run down, dry yard. It's all in the lighting, this is Hollywood after all. Don't be jealous my northern California friend you probably have prettier hands, than I.

sarah, flourish design + style said...

How spectacular! xx

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Thank you Miss. Sarah for the fine statement.

the gardeners cottage said...

hi kevin,

do tell? leica?

~janet

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Dear Lovely Janet, The camera has been sitting around for months because of my diversion to reading directions (right side is way stronger than left side)so finally I thought Kevin you can't be that stupid. So there you go. It's a little Nikon, Zoom-Nikkor ED Lens. Using the tripod is the key because my hand shakes from years of driving on the freeway.

La Dolfina said...

Wowza, that's something!
xo

Mlle Paradis said...

oh man! this IS going to be an adventure! mazel tov!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Luv the look of the garden! Very nice Thanks for sharing and also luv the vintage garden ornaments....Julian

Barbara said...

Oh, I'm dying here. Please come to NoCal and save my backyard from boredom!!!

Hollywood forever, Kevin said...

Thanks you guys! and Miss. Barbara send me some pictures of your boring back yard. I do work over the internet.

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

It is Magical!

Angie said...

Kevin- this is beautiful!!!!!!

little augury said...

spectacular photograph, so I guess I should read the directions.

Dandy said...

Ah! You take my breath away with your wee Nikon. Awesome.
Now I really want a new camera!

Mr. Bluehaunt said...

I love this photo..

Velvet and Linen said...

Beautiful!

LOVELY2CU said...

Oh that's such a magical shot ~ love all the succulents!

Zippalu said...

Fantastic lighting!