If it were not for the fact that I have been able to continue creating artwork for clients and complete a composite photographic art piece I started just before my husband passed away in February, I would wonder if my creativity didn't die with him. But I know it is just dormant and will eventually rise again. To try and hurry it along I am going to blog, even if these blog posts don't seem to fit my normal theme of things.
I was going to try and participate in last weeks Scavenger Hunt Sunday at Ramblings and Photos but although I had taken a few shots for the hunt my mind kept coming up blank for the final prompt, then I realized I had missed the entry cut off. So I figured I would post what I did find here as a way to get back to blogging.
This is a photo of the front of my new home with my daughter and son-in-law.
My Son-in-law is in the Navy so now I will be living the life of a military dependent.
I love the fragrant aroma of sauteed apples and onions.
Luckily the trees out front were full of beautiful pink blossoms.
Since I was obviously clueless at finding a shot for this prompt, I will share this obvious composite art piece that I completed this week. Luckily for me it required no new creative thought as I had already chosen the three photographs I wished to combine and decided how I wanted the finished artwork to look back in January, so it was just a matter of putting it all together.