It appears I just can’t resist getting into my own pictures this week. (Or, really, any week.) Thank goodness for camera remotes and delay timers, eh?Read More: TWiP: Hands and Feet
July’s photo theme is Summer, and I’ve decided to have a do-over of the Picture Summer photo class I took four years ago. Would you like to join me?Read More: Picture Summer, anyone?
It’s been a week of graduations and moving ups, among other things. Come see the pictures.Read More: TWiP: Moving Up
I would have preferred to have had this epiphany in January, but I guess June is ok for beginning a new series. This week’s theme appears to be crochet in mint green.Read More: TWiP: crochet in mint green
This year my 365 Project is going to involve a different theme every month. Would you like to join me for January? The theme is “winter.” Read on!Read More: New year, new photo project!
I think my 365 Project is doing a better job of representing how I spend my days this year than it has in previous years. Maybe it’s because I’m not focusing on a particular theme this time around, and just shooting what I’m doing. I realized this when I sat down to process several day’s […]Read More: Day to day
Another year, another Project 365. This was my third one, and I so enjoyed it! These are a few of my favorite images. You can see the rest on flickr or picasa (your choice – I’m in both places at the moment, waffling between which I prefer more). This time around I gave myself a […]Read More: The year in review(ish)
So today was the end of Picture Winter, and like I seem to say every time I finish a month-long project like this, it was just the right length. I enjoyed my 31 days of prompt-following, but now I am ready to be done. I’ve signed up to take Picture Spring as a self-paced class […]Read More: Picture Winter + other photo projects
I finished my 365 project last week. I had chosen the theme “A Year of Mornings” after discovering this Flickr group, which was inspired by Maria Alexandra Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes’ year-long photo blog, that eventually became this book. One of my reasons for choosing mornings was that I owned the book, and I […]Read More: A year of mornings