helping hands


There is a long list of projects that need to get done this fall, and thankfully we have willing hearts to help us get it all done. Sometimes we pay our help in pumpkins. Sometimes neighbors stop by to entertain our kids with a new puppy. Sometimes friends graciously let us use their wood chopper. We are grateful and couldn't do it all without all the help.

(Speaking of helping hands... Any photographers out there know why my pictures are turning out so bright? I am not editing them at all...but they seem hot even though I'm in automatic, as usual)

1 comment:

Nancy Holte said...

Well, your pictures still look great to me, but check the exposure compensation setting. On some cameras they can get bumped into the wrong setting. It looks like a plus and minus sign and you'll want it to be at 0 for a "normal" exposure.