Onward and Upward

The weather this week in the Ozarks is going to be beautiful for December.  Mid to upper 60’s and even a 70 in there!  I really wish that I was feeling up to getting out and going on a few shooting adventures.  Since I’m not, I will just have to post some past pictures that I still love.  Thanks for looking and as soon as I can stay upright for longer than a few minutes, I’ll get some new shots!


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I had a beautiful birthday trip in 2012.  It was the year I got my first digital.  A Canon Rebel T3.  My husbands gift to me.  My son, who was staying with us at the time bought me a camera bag and other accessories.  Then off we went to one of my favorite places on earth.  Alley Spring Mill.  My birthday is in January and it was remarkably warm that day.  We walked the “small” trail and then decided to take on the “big” trail.  This is one of my favorite pictures of the day.  Loved it then and love it now.  I want to get this one blown up to hang on my wall.  Thanks for looking.  You can find more of my photos on Fine Art America.  http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/lora-hall.htmlreflection-at-the-mill-lora-hall WM

First Photo

This is the first photo that I took with my very first point and shoot digital camera several years ago.  This beauty comes back every year and I look forward to her arrival.  Thanks for looking!

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Exquisite One


I am so glad you dropped by!  I’m not sure how all of this is going to work just yet, but I will figure it out.  I am relatively new to blogging, even though I have had several “parked” for years, just in case.  Just in case, for what?  I don’t know but it sounded good at the time.

We are in the process of setting up our photography business.  We are both on Fine Art America and it’s been great for exposure for us.  We don’t have any sales yet, but it’s just a matter of time.

My favorite types of photos to shoot are landscape, old barns and cemeteries.    My dream would be to have a coffee table book full of old barns or cemeteries to flip through.

I also enjoy “farm” photos.  Horses, cows, chickens in their natural setting.  A good old pasture with a couple of cows is amazing to me.

I am also a “keeper of memories”.  I love to scrapbook photos I have taken to treasure forever.  Occasionally, I may share a layout or two with you.

So, in the end, I hope that you will enjoy my blog and my photos and I invite you to leave comments on anything you find interesting.  Thanks for stopping by!