Some weeks are better than others and this has been one of the better ones. No matter how busy and crazy it got, I managed to stay afloat and even find time to have fun. Especially with photography. I seem to have found the balance needed to work on this project while enjoying it.
I couldn’t quite settle on a specific theme this time around, so I decided to simply take photos of whatever caught my eye outside. The majority were snapped outdoors but three of them were actually taken through my kitchen window. Bonus points to whoever guesses which ones they might be!
This week's photo theme: Outdoor Hodgepodge
Friday, March 18, 2016
"It won’t be long before this trellis is overflowing with lovely blooms."
Saturday, March 19, 2016
"As things age, they develop character.”
Sunday, March 20, 2016
"They can be found everywhere."
Monday, March 21, 2016
"Not awake yet, but still lovely to walk on."
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
"Morning temperature for early spring in Canada!”
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
“Every garden needs some.”
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Snow and Ice
“Not what you'd like to see on your deck on a spring morning.”
What I've learned this week:
Don’t wait until later. Take that photo as soon as the opportunity arises or that opportunity may be lost forever.
Don’t quit on a scene that captures your eye. Adjust the settings on your camera as many times as you have to get it right.
Photograph what interests you and there’ll always be something interesting to photograph.
My kitchen windows are cleaner than they’ve ever been!
That brings us to the end of week twelve. A terrific weekend to all blogging friends! And a Happy Easter to those celebrating.