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October 3, 2010


hello blog!

by Andrea O'Connell

Remember, in the vast infinity of life, all is perfect, whole, and complete….and so are you.

~ Louise L. Hay

Oh blog, I have certainly ignored you of late.  I’ll be back, though, really soon.  For now, here are some pictures to conjure up words.

Little Hummer



oh such colors!


4 Comments Post a comment
  1. weezie
    Oct 4 2010

    What is the yellow purple orange bird called? It’s unreal. I kept looking at it, thinking this must be a painting. It’s well there aren’t any words to describe this creature of nature. I don’t know, but I think you need to start making some good cash for your photos. I can give you a clue on how to.
    I know this is your hobby, but these photos need to be shared to the world, and not for free either. Let me know if you have any interest. You are so talented. Weezie

  2. Andrea
    Oct 4 2010

    Hi Weezie! You know, I’m not sure what kind of bird that is… I need to get a directory of birds so I can also post their names. I believe it’s a finch of some kind, but not entirely sure.

    Thank you for your comments regarding my photos! LOL! I do love taking them, but I’m not really very good yet, I don’t think. I am improving since I first started, though! I would love to be able to sell some of them – goodness, that would be swell. If you can guide me on how to do that, I’d be very grateful! But, in truth, there are so many fine photographers out there, and I am a total newbie…. 🙂

    Anyway, I will continue to improve.., I love it so much!

    Hugs Weezie, you dear! Andrea

  3. weezie
    Oct 4 2010

    My dear Andrea; One of my many careers was in the graphic arts field. I used to order STOCK PHOTOS for various projects. That means there are Stock Photo companies that buy your material. Every time it is download (in this case because it is land of the computer age), or ordered by an Advertising Agency, Printing Company or Graphic Arts studio, you get a piece of the action. You are good enough believe me. Try going to Google and typing in stock photo studios in (your area). See what comes up. You would need to gather your portfolio and make an appointment. ONce you get your foot in the door, it’s up to them to pick and choose which ones would work for their collection. Trust me, you have what it takes.

    Now if that works in return I will need what camera you use and the lenses so I can start from scratch, getting the right camera for our own use here. My husband Peter, is a good photographer but after he pulled out his old camera and tried to take pictures we found out that it wasn’t working and it might cost more to fix it then try to get on the new wagon of cameras that download to the computer. His does not. That has limitations. Anyway, let me know if you find anything worthwhile. Talk to you later. Weeze

  4. Andrea
    Oct 5 2010

    Hi Weezie,

    Yes, I would definitely like to discuss how to make this happen! Would I put my portfolio on a CD, or print? I’d think it would be CD since most images are going to be used on a website of some kind.

    Let’s talk, Weezie!



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