It's almost time for Christmas and I can't wait. Mind you, there's a lot to do before I can relax and just take in the holiday. Last minute presents to buy, packing to do before fighting the crowds at the airport, and, of course, lots of assignments to finish at work. But that doesn't stop me from feeling some Christmas joy. I planning on blaring Christmas music at my desk today and counting down the days until I can officially celebrate. "Tis the season.
So, in response to my earlier post on Christmas, my friend Laura asked if any of the photos were taken with my lensbaby (lots of links for you to follow!). None were, but that got me thinking. Why don't I take some photos of my Christmas tree with my lensbaby? Deep thoughts, right? Honestly, though, I hadn't taken photos with the lensbaby for awhile. In an almost shamefully long time. But I immediately knew what about the lensbaby I would use to capture my Christmas cheer: the star- and heart-shaped aperture disks.
And ta-da! My tree as re-envisioned by the lensbaby.
(my Christmas tree, photographed December 2010)