…After another garden blogger meetup. (Meems from Hoe And Shovel joining me on the steps as we enjoy shooting part of the group at the hotel.)
Many new friendships were forged. (Sister blogging team Helen and Sarah of Toronto Gardens.)
But there is one thing that has been learned by attending these meets, both in the states, Austin, Chicago, Buffalo, and abroad, Malvern, England. It is that our fellow garden bloggers are the most lovely of people, both inside and out. (Layanee of Hedge And Gardens, one of several who took advantage of the offer to have a professional photo session at the Buffalo Botanical Garden.)
But it keeps coming back to the people. (Mister McGregor’s Daughter kneeling to capture the beauty whilst Kylee of Our Little Acre on the left and Jim of Compost In My Shoe on the right capture her and I have captured the whole scene. That is the way it was, the sound of constant camera clicking filled the air.)
In fact, it was a little lesson from Kylee that has led to a new discovery of the capabilites of the Canon SX1 IS, color accenting. Still in the embryo stage of mastery, we only can do green/yellow with the black and white so far. Practice and reading the users manual is is our future.
Beaucoup hugs to you for being so generous by sharing, dear Kylee, and the same to fellow Oklahoma gal, Dee of Red Dirt Ramblings. The smiles tell the story of how this trip went down.
There will be more written about Buffa10 at Fairegarden soon.
For a listing of posts by the other attendees, click here.