As I mentioned in my last post 7 days ago, which I wrote on my phone, crazily, my computer was in the shop for a few days. I continued picking up my DSLR and making pictures every day, but I couldn’t process them for a those few days, nor the couple of days afterward, so only just now have I finally caught up. I’m not sure I want to post 8 photos all at once on Instagram though, so I decided to blog them. Of course, you don’t have to wait to see my photos whether I share them on Instagram or blog them, because the first place I always put them is in my Project 365 gallery which you can visit any time from a link on my homepage.
My desk was lonely without my computer that night I took it to the shop.
The next day, Saturday, I spent most of the day reading. The sun streaming in through the family room window right onto my chair where I was reading inspired me to photograph sunbursts on objects like this.
Sunday evening I waited until evening to walk and then photographed the buds on my Sunset Maple Tree at sunset.
I worked on panning a little this week, for my Project 52 theme. This isn’t a good example of panning, but I like it otherwise; I’m saving my best panning photo for Project 52.
It was so warm this week. On Tuesday Rhiannon opened her windows to enjoy the fresh air while drawing.
I’m exceeding my goal of one novel per month so far this year. This week I finished reading In Some Other World Maybe by Shari Goldhagen and started The Lake House by Kate Morton (pictured).
Thursday is always a busy day and though I thought about my DSLR a couple of times, I ended up forgetting to pick it up. So that’s two days this year without DSLR photos now. However, I took 20 iPhone pictures, so the day did not go completely unrecorded! This is what the sky looked like as we left for music lesson.
Today was busy too, but something interesting was happening here in the evening when I finally got around to picking up my DSLR. Rhiannon was cleaning Caroline’s room for her, as the result of a deal they had made some time ago. I love this picture because it reminds me of a similar one I made a few years ago. I’ll probably make a scrapbook page with both of them.
Thanks for looking!