Saturday, June 5, 2010

Socked In

During our walk, in between today's raindrops, I took a few photos to show you.



While out enjoying the roses.


I'm also enjoying my new camera's built-in wide angle lens.




As well as it's fine macro feature.



And the zoom feature too.



What a contrast between the grey of the day and the cheery pink of the roses.





Henri borrowed my camera for a moment.





In order to illustrate my fine choice of attire today.

9 comments:

Piecefulafternoon said...

Nice photos - lovely raindrops and rain gear. We had sunshine today for a change - and I took some pictures of the wild roses - now to get them off the camera and into the blog.

Low Tide High Style said...

Wow, great photos and don't you just love having a wide angle macro lens...it's my favorite lens to use!!

Love your attire too!

Kat :)

Sandy, Sisters of Season said...

Ok, I want one of those rain coats Lili . . You're having too much fun with that new camera . . I'm still waiting to get a "better" one . . great pics, have a beautiful Sunday! Sandy:O)

vicki said...

Lili -
Call me crazy but I LOVE taking rainy day photos. While on a trip to Canada we spend a day at a very rainy Peggy's Cove - those pictures with rain and fog and mist are some of the best Ihave ever took! Yours are wonderful. I can see that you are loving your new camera!

Vicki

hometown girl said...

how sweet i vote for the pink :) which lens did you get? i'd been saving for one too and it came this week!

jennyfreckles said...

It's rainin' here today too - if I had a trendy yellow waterproof, maybe I'd be out there too. Just goes to show it isn't the weather that makes a good photo, it's the person with the camera. Glad you're enjoying yours - what is it?

Angie said...

Beautiful photos. I would be loving my camera too! :)

Country Girl said...

I am completely smitten with your life here and your beautiful photos. Thanks for leaving the comment on my blog. We've just arrived home from a week's stay on the coast at Gouldsborough off Schieffelin Point Road.
I've added you to my blogroll so I can continue to enjoy your beautiful area! Thanks, Lili!

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