Today I will be sharing my eight best photos I’ve taken this summer, along with two of my favorites that aren’t as good quality.
I love how this picture of a rose turned out! For once, my camera actually captured that certain vibrant pink color!
Because of all the trees surrounding our property, I don’t usually have the chance to get pictures of sunsets. But one particular night, I happened to catch the sky all aglow, and I hurried to snap this picture.
I love this beautiful picture I got of a clover patch.
Another rose picture. I loved the pink glow in the background on this picture.
The next three photos are from a photoshoot of my younger sister.
In this particular picture, it took me a couple of tries framing the photo, so that it contained the sun, the rock, and my sister, all in good composition.
I love this smile.
But this one right here, is probably my best photo ever. We went searching for sunbeams, and at the right moment she caught the sunbeam just right, and I captured this picture. Oh, I just love this one.
I’m not really sure what about this picture makes me like it so much, but something about it makes me happy.
And here is the final glorious picture, in the my eight best summer photos!
Okay, now we are ready for the other two. The ones that I wish had turned out better quality-wise, but had something else that made them good photos, so I had to share these two.
This is another photo from the photoshoot of my sister, but unfortunately, it wasn’t as in focus as I wanted it to be. It would have been awesome if it had been in focus.
And this…..is my cat. His name is Musta, a Finnish word meaning “black”. He is entirely black. For once, I got a picture of him sitting still. Usually, once he sees I’m taking a picture of him, he comes and rubs against my leg, begging to be pet.
Now is the part where say a bunch of boring stuff that you should already know, about how these are my pictures, et cetera.
*All the pictures in this post belong to me, Faith on the Farm. Pretty much all of the other photos on this site belong to me, too. Please do not steal them. Thank you!
Thank you for reading this post! It wasn’t very wordy, so it was a pretty quick one. (In fact it was actually written over a week ahead of time, and was scheduled to post on its own now)
“The heavens declare the glory of God,
and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.
Day to day pours out speech,
and night to night reveals knowledge.”
-Psalm 19:1-2 (ESV)