I don't sleep in this room all the time, so it was so nice to wake there to the sun streaming in through my home-made white curtains. (Otherwise known as cotton tea-towels with clips on a rod. I love being able to change out my curtains this way!)
So I was laying there, enjoying watching the sunlight dancing around the curtains, almost imagining the window was open and the wind blowing them...
When it occurred to me that I shouldn't JUST be laying in bed looking at the curtains. I should be laying in bed WITH THE CAMERA looking at the curtains! :-)
So I ran and got the camera, and snapped a few shots from the position I had been. Those are different settings that I normally use on my camera. I was surprised I could do a "macro" from a distance! But it sort of magnified everything--including the "micro-screens" in the window you can barely see in real life!
Finally, I got myself up and took some closeups the way I normally do. I think these turned out a bit better.
You see this is a real "cottage" look I've got going with these curtains!
#11: "Sunny Wake-up"
Not every thing about them is just perfect, but they are a pretty sight to wake up to!
And in the other bedroom window, hangs this...
...a dried hydrangea bloom from a past garden.
Wishing you many sunny days and happy mornings! Thanks for taking a look at mine!
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Have a great week! --Sharyl