Saturday, October 11, 2014

Day 28, 29, 30

So, apparently it's driving my mother crazy that I haven't posted my last three photos. There has been nagging, so at least I know I come by it honestly. Here ya go, mom. You can calm down now.

Day Twenty Eight: Celebration

Seth had to work on his birthday, so we made a cake and took it to his station. If you ever visit a fire station, bring food. It's the language of their people.

Day Twenty Nine: Backlit

For part of our anniversary date, Seth and I revisited one of my favorite haunts, Greenlawn Cemetery (see what I did there?).

Day Thirty: Hidden Face

This one's especially for you, mom. Your beautiful morning glories smiling at you.

While this project got a little hard to keep up with, I still really enjoyed the challenge and I shot more photos in September than I probably ever have in a month. It also gave me lots of ideas for other photo projects I can pursue. So, I'm sure there's more to come. But just so you don't get too antsy, mother, I have no idea when.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Day 23, 24, 25, 26, 27

Day Twenty Three: Indoor Still Life

 Day Twenty Four: Words

Day Twenty Five: Close Up

Day Twenty Six: Art

Day Twenty Seven: Books

Monday, September 22, 2014

Day 19, 20, 21, 22

Day Nineteen: Childhood

Day Twenty: From a Distance

Day Twenty One: Play

Day Twenty Two: Structure

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Day 17 & 18

Day Seventeen: Angle

One of my favorite angles to shoot is from low to the ground and into the sunset. Magic happens.

Day Eighteen: Weathered

I absolutely love barns. I could shoot a whole book of barns. The look of weathered wood is so endearing.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Day 16

Day Sixteen: Eyes

It seems sorta wrong to have this photo in black and white, because my idea was to capture their stunning blue eyes. But sometimes photos don't go the way you tell them to, and this one ended up feeling better in B&W. It became more about brotherhood than eyes.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Day 11-15

Day 11: Something blue

Blue agate that kinda looks like a face.

Day 12: Technology

This is my phone. For the first year I had it, I loved it. Phone perfection. Then they updated it, and now I hate it. There's nothing like a glitchy phone to test your patience. Also, I wish there was an app for fingernail growing.

Day 13: Pattern

Sunset through a rainy window.

Day 14: Cannot live without

It's getting to that point. Ya know, where I always have my camera with me. And now that I have two, the need is only getting bigger. I even searched high and low for a purse big enough to fit one in so I don't have to lug a camera bag all the time. Even if I don't use it every day, it's there. Ready.

Day 15: Routine

Today is Monday, so that means lesson plan day. Only last month, lesson plan day would have been Friday after school or sometime over the weekend. How quickly I start to slack. And I still forget sometimes and use pen. And then instantly regret it.

And now, boys and girls, I'm officially caught up!

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Day Eight, Nine, & Ten

Slowly, but surely, I'm catching up.

Day Eight: Clouds

Our trip to Florida provided me with quite a few cloud pictures, but this monster of a storm on Clearwater beach was the most impressive.

Day Nine: Sunset

Day Ten: Flowers