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I can trace my love of photography back three generations, to the early 1900s and my paternal great-grandfather, Henry Mattson. I have a really cool photo that he took of the old family homestead in Minnesota, sometime before 1910. According to family history, Grampa Mattson frequently took photos of his world - the people and places that he loved.

It warms my heart to know that this love of photography didn't skip any generations as it passed down to me! I am blessed to have such a legacy and I hope to pass it on to my own children and grandchildren some day.

I experience a physical and spiritual thrill whenever the Lord shows Himself in His marvelous creation around us and in the people I meet. My dream vacation would be to spend a year or two just traveling around the US, stopping at little out of the way places and photographing the interesting characters and the beauty of nature to be found along the way - those things that draw me closer to GOD and help point others to Him, too.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Fun with Fiber-Optics!

Was over at Jen & Ivory's yesterday morning (while it was still dark) and we had fun playing with their new fiber-optic light! Using her hands, Jen kept moving the lights around and I took photos while she did. I really like the results and hope you will too. TFL ~ kimB

In this shot, Jen is holding all the fibers together in a cluster...


pixelchick said...

Those are just awesome!!

Anonymous said...

Cool pics!!!! Love the colors against the black! Very cool.

Linda M. said...

I like playing with these lamps in the store. Amazing how they show so much color.

Great photos, Kim!!!

pdxscrappinmamma said...

Cool shots!

Making Memories Last 4 Ever said...

Wow ..Cool Shots

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