Hitomi's Photography

plants, small animals and place I live



Making Fun Pictures using PhotoKey

I used PhotoKey to put together two photos.


One Sunny Winter Day

I followed this couple on one sunny winder day.

So . . . this is what I did

I bought a hat for Momo, but

I bought a hat for Momo

Every time I am holding a camera, Momo quietly walks away. This time I caught her before she ran away : ) and put her on the chair and tried to put this hat I bought at Goodwill. “OK, no hat then.”… Continue Reading →

Today’s Visitor

Finally, I saw that a squirrel enjoyed eating pears this year.

The Mysterious Wood Duck

This is about the mysterious “Wood Duck” at the Twin Ponds Park I wrote on the other day.

Wood duck

This is my first time to see this kind of duck at the Twin Ponds Park in Shoreline.

camera flash on and off

Our cat is very camera shy and hate to be taken pictures. When she sees me holding a camera, she usually yarns and turns back on me. Or her eyes are closed, especially flash fires. You can see my old posts from my… Continue Reading →

Pear Blossom Edible ?

I would never come to think if pear blossoms was edible . . . My visitors eat pear blossom, not only blossom but also buds and fruit.

White Space Negative Space

I am not a minimalist, but I like using white space (or negative space) and creating a clean work.

Dog Treats

First thing I noticed was “Dog Treats” when I began to walk toward Shoreline Farmers Market today.

Lavender Honey

I discovered that I love thistle honey last year! Lavender cookies are so tasty, but I have never tried lavender honey.  Is there lavender honey, by the way? I’ve seen honey bees on lavender flowers.


I shot these birds a few years ago. I didn’t realize that I could make a comedy until I downloaded images on my computer.  

Born and Grow up in Twin Ponds Park

“Born and Grow up in Twin Ponds Park” — it’s not about me. It is about ducklings I met at Twin Ponds Park (Shoreline, WA) in June 2014!

Male and Female Red-Winged Blackbirds

If you want to see male and female red-winged blackbirds, go to a wetland where Typha angustifolia grow.

Mozart loved European Starling

European Starlings first came to our property 2007 winter. Well, maybe they did before, but I didn’t notice.

Bee and Food Chain Risk

The human race is really starting to feel the consequences of their actions. One area we are waking up to is the massive amount of pesticides we spray (especially in North America) on our food that has not only been… Continue Reading →

Almost there!


Bee Garden, not Beer Garden  

Every time I hear or read about bees disappearing, I feel that I have to go to my territory to check it out.

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