Tricia Booker Photography

February 13, 2012

Hidden Hollow Pond

It’s been four years since I designed the Hidden Hollow Farm website, which is almost equivalent to a generation in Internet time! So, I’m on a quest this month to begin the renewal process. I’m going to basically start from scratch and update and modernize it, with a new look and fresh content. So, with this project in mind, Peppermint and I went out on a stroll around the property to scope out some places to shoot with the DSLR once spring arrives in Virginia.

With the iPhone and the app Snapseed in my pocket, I snapped some images as we walked. I’ve never been enamored with the dull browns and grays of winter in Virginia, but the fun filters in Snapseed kept me entertained. Peppermint, of course, was even more brown and dingy from the mud and dirt when we returned to the barn, so all in all I’d say our walkabout was a success.

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