Artist, photographer...with a love for vintage, old worn treasures. I keep busy with many ongoing projects...restoring vintage photos, petit point needlework, painting, soldering or quilting. I enjoy hiking, boating, horseback riding or hunting for antiques. A bluegrass festival or even the ren fair can lead my attention astray. My favorite words are Epiphany and Grace. I have a passion for horses, photography, creme brulee and heartfelt literature. I enjoy meeting new people and absorbing and learning about others lifestyles, their hearts and their dreams... along with photographing the surroundings to share, so that one might find their own piece of joy amongst a busy world. There is never a dull moment and I am enjoying the journey and adventure that goes along with the ride.

9 comments:

stone said...

Very moving and spectacular work at capturing an essence so many photographers miss , perhaps due to commercialism. Your images are truly stunning.

Your work can comapre to some of the best photagraphers there are. A pleasure viewing! Thank you!

Newport

Heart of a Cowgirl said...

GORGEOUS pictures! Of course, I love the horse ones. :)
Thanks for visiting my blog! I'll be back to yours.

backattheranch said...

I love your photography! I will be back to look again.

Linda said...

You blog is so visually beautiful. Lindax

jammertail designs said...

Hi Rebecca,
I've visited and tagged both your blogs on my blog now...I so enjoyed looking at all your beautiful pictures, your photography is great! And I see that we like the same type of jewelry ! xo Sally
God Bless

Funky Junk Sisters said...

your photos are beautiful! We will check back often.

Linda & Dixie
The Funky Junk Sisters

Stop by our blog sometime!

About Me... said...

Oh MY.....your blog is TOO beautiful. Your photography made me want to step into each picture. Your jewelry is delicious. I'll add your blog to my personal blog listing! Thank you for the kind comments on my MJF blog. Shery J

Patty said...

These pictures are amazing, you really know how to capture beauty.

Alan Bown said...

Rebecca, the world is a better place thanks to your many contributions of arts and crafts.
thank you for all that you do. Keep on.