Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Project 365, Week 10

Hello Sweet Readers!

Here is the latest update of my 365 project. Again, I usually took more than one picture per day. Let me know which you like best!

March 8: This is the sunrise out our window. I was playing in Picnik with it (as well as the photo below). The effect is called posterize and I like the neat "Andy Warhol-like" effect in makes.

March 8- Getting my youngest to pose...

March 9 - Getting my oldest to post...

March 10 -I had a little photo session with my boys in Old Sacramento. These collages are from that day. Love some of these shots of the boys...



March 11 - The photos below are of a sweet friend's family. It was her birthday, so I told her that I could treat her to some family pictures if she was interested. Here are some of them:


March 12: The curd that never was...


March 13: Catching my yard in bloom:

I can't wait to show you what this is going to be (anyone think they know?). I love the bokeh on this one:

March 14 - I was baking in the kitchen and this little guy kept coming over for a visit. It was hard to catch him through the window, but here is an attempt:


On a separate note.. I have just hit over 200 followers! That's pretty exciting for me. Thank you all for checking in and following my blog. I would love to hear what you like best. I just love hearing from you, so if you can, take a minute when you see something you like (or don't like, well, maybe not..hmm) and connect with me.

3 comments:

Mindy said...

I agree you got some GREAT shots of the boys in Old Sac. So nice to have older children who will actually sit still and look at the camera. :)

Glory said...

LOVE the photo of the boys leaning against the blue wall (with the word Baggage above). Just think how many great shots you've already taken this year, and it's only March!

dkick said...

The ones of the guys in Old Sacramento are all my favorites. Those are just awesome, and I hope they make it into book for safekeeping! Thanks for posting them all.

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