I love this picture of a couple of our baby chickens. I used it on a notecard.
For those interested in chickens, these are Buff Orpington Chicks, and will be the same color when they are adults.
These are from a batch I hatched by putting eggs in an incubator. After they were old enough to be out a bit, I put them in this straw hat to take a picture.
I think it’s cute because they look like they are kissing.
If you would like it to use it for a notecard, feel free! I’d love to hear from you if you do!
Our mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) is blooming for the first time this year, and I got a picture this morning I like well enough to use on a notecard.
If you would like to use this to make notecards (or whatever!), a larger version with better resolution is over on my RuralWriter account on Flickr. It’s suitable for printing, so enjoy!
I love to make my own note cards. It’s a perfect blend of my love of photography, and making a special something to send someone. I know these days most people end up using e-cards. Well, that just makes a card you’ve picked out and mailed even more special. Who doesn’t like to get something nice via snail mail? (It’s a treat to see something in the mailbox besides bills and junk mail!)
And if it’s something you’ve made yourself, with pictures that are special to you, then that makes it extra special!
Here is a photo note card I made from a picture I took of our cat. I thought he looked quite strikig nestled in all that greenery.
It prints up to make a lovely notecard, and a wonderful way to send greetings to a friend via snail mail.