Happy Halloween wishes from a hippie, Hulk Hogan, a blue monster, and a witch!
Hope you have a boo-tiful day!
We are thinking pink this week in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Last year at this time, I had two friends fighting a battle against breast cancer and I am happy to report that both are doing remarkably well! Thank the Lord! This fight agains breast cancer is a fight we are all a part of.
You can continue to click through our circle of photographers to see how they captured pink this week and you can begin with the always inspiring, Jessica Richter.
I have had the pleasure of photographing this lovely family several times before and what a joy it is to see how the boys have grown. It is hard to believe that nearly two years have passed since I first met them. We had lots of fun together this day as we looked for twigs and discovered huge colorful leaves.
Gen & Christian, thanks for a great shoot. You have such a beautiful family!
It’s Friday and this week we were challenged to photograph lines. Although my image is from my archives, I chose to use it because I have a thing for lines and fences in particular. I love how they guide the eye and this fence is one I see quite often as it is right near our church and the boys’ school.
This is week 40 on our photography journey. Wow…I can’t believe that much time has passed. Now you can click on through the rest of the circle beginning with the super talented, Jessica Richter.
This is a monthly project I am undertaking in which I take ten photos for one day out of the month and post them. This will give a real look at our lives at this moment.
morning snuggles…Trix cereal…i’m running…loving the David books…squeaky clean…our sweet puppy…my daily ritual…trying on some Halloween costumes I picked up…making a birthday card…reading before lights out
Happy Friday! For this week, our theme is reflection. Hmmm…so many fun ways to interpret this word. I decided that I wanted me in the reflection. I had a vision in my head of my reflection in the viewfinder of one of my vintage Argus cameras. I set everything up and got the camera ready and then jumped into position with my sweet girl, Maisy and had my babysitter snap some photos. Despite a few focus issues, we were finally able to get one that works. So this is me…reflected in a camera.
To see some other fun interpretations of reflection you can continue through the circle of photographers beginning with the fabulous, Jessica Richter.