The porch on the outside of our garage and potting shed is nice. I could paint the whole area white so I'd have nice bright white bouncing all around.
Trouble here is that there is a big shrub right in front of the place!
Same spot, just from a different angle. Trouble again is that I'd have to keep the potting shed picked up. Not happening any time soon I'm afraid.
Out on the lawn is nice, but the shade is sporadic and inconsistant.
I thought for sure that the inside of the garage would be perfect. Actually it was a little dark.
Here I moved Amanda away from the door and more into the center. It may have worked out better had she been facing toward the light.
I think this area has potential too, this is the stair well in our garage that goes up to the garage attic. I like this window and the baluster. The stair well is narrow too, so it's easy to get everything in. It would need some paint on the stairs.
Then we head back outside. Here Amanda is leaning on the frame of the garage door opening. This area is shaded all the time except early morning. There is a gravel drive, so the white gravel reflects a nice true spectrum of light.
Same area, only this garage door is closed.
Then we head over to the stacked stone chimney. This is north facing and is in the shade 100% of the time. Once again, light is reflected from the gravel driveway.
And in conclusion....
I finally learned how to use the remote for my camera!