Project 365 Lucky

by Jennifer Paire March. 29, 2019 110 views
Our current backyard doesn't feature the clover collection we enjoyed at our previous home.

Our current backyard doesn't feature the clover collection we enjoyed at our previous home.

When pondering how to photograph lucky, my first thought was how much fun it used to be at our previous home to go into the backyard and look for a four-leaf clover. We had mounds of white clover bubbling there, and I can remember many times looking and finding clover with four little leaves. I told my daughter how fun this was, so we set out back to see if we could make a lucky find.

Our back yard does have lots of moss, some grass and bits of clover here and there.

Our back yard does have lots of moss, some grass and bits of clover here and there.

Our survey revealed we are pretty limited in clover, and of course, without lots of it our chances of finding a four-leaf combo was diminished.

Our cherry tree has begun to cover our yard in a "snow" of beautiful blossoms.

Our cherry tree has begun to cover our yard in a "snow" of beautiful blossoms.

The sunshine fueled our search, but our attentions quickly turned to our cherry tree. My children love to climb this beauty.

Wish I had made better use of the light for this shot.

Wish I had made better use of the light for this shot.

What a lucky exercise this became, having time together on a beautiful day.

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