The Rush of The Golden Hour

by DawnAurora on 8:40 PM

in Blog, Knitting and Family Life

It’s so difficult to capture true colors of beautiful yarn. The best way to try is to seize the golden hour times during the day. It’s those moments where the sun’s light is perfect for taking pictures.
Our open back porch is the perfect place to grab the sun’s rays.  I am normally greeted by a slew of playful kittens, cackling chickens and a bouncy Australian Shepherd.  Today, it was our cutie, Jean-claude, that rested peacefully on the porch without anything to bother her.  She just lazily lifted her eyes towards me looking like she didn’t care about what I was doing.

Out came my pile of new colorways and wooden bowls.  I was in a hurry.  I had to catch that perfect hour.  Nothing was in my way.

Click! Click! Click!  (Not really.  I was using my daughters digital camera. =))

I was down to my last object.  A beautiful yarn bowl my hubby hand turned.  It was placed well in to the light box and I turned around to grab the camera and the next thing I saw was this.

She, I guess, wanted to be part of all the commotion I was making.  Her look was one of belonging.  It was her rightful place to be among all of my action.

That was fine with me.  I couldn’t resist taking a couple of shots with her.  Even though I was in a hurry, I had to remind myself to step back and enjoy what was going on around me.

There is always time to take kitty pictures. =)

Plus, you can take a look at our new yarn colors and bowls. Click here.

Happy Knitting,


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