Sunday, June 26, 2016

Project 366: Week 25

Week 25 rolls in and another seven images get posted. Where do the days go?

This week's photo theme: Afternoon and Evening Sights


Friday, June 17, 2016
Green Paths
"My favourite places to take a stroll through."

Project 366, Day 169: Green Paths


Saturday, June 18, 2016
Contrast
"The door and the wall are a nice contrast.”

Project 366, Day 170: Contrast


Sunday, June 19, 2016
Green, Green, Green
"No shortage of that colour in the summer."

Project 366, Day 171: Green, Green, Green


Monday, June 20, 2016
Looking Down
"What do you see below you?"

Project 366, Day 172: Looking Down


Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Dining By The Water
"Very popular this time of year.”

Project 366, Day 173: Dining By The Water


Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Power Lines
“Power lines and sky come together.”

Project 366, Day 174: Power Lines


Thursday, June 23, 2016
In Between
“Big buildings and small buildings in downtown Kingston.”

Project 366, Day 175: In Between


What I've learned this week:
Taking random shots is always fun.
I snap more photos during this time of year than any other.
I’ve learned to stop and pay attention to my surroundings more carefully.
It’s a mystery how people stare down at their phones instead of the world around them!


That’s all for now! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend.

26 comments:

  1. love this set (and series) the observant eye never ceases to see ;)
    hope you are enjoying the summer season xo m.

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    1. Thank you, Meli! You're so right: the observant eye never ceases to see!

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  2. Just beautiful through your eyes Martha!

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  3. The phone issue is very sad. People are missing much of life.

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    1. I couldn't agree more. There is a whole big beautiful world out there!

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  4. Love 'em all. Not sure about the cell phone thing. Or, how it's become such common place to be so connected yet, disconnected.

    Had a great weekend, we worked on Tim's office all day today and yesterday.

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    1. It's like an addiction. What could be so important that you have to be connected on the phone all day. I prefer to shut down completely and enjoy my surroundings.

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  5. If you did put your pictures into a book, I would buy the book. I love them all!

    betty

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  6. I agree that too many people spend their day looking at their phone. We are becoming a detached - connected society. -Jenn

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  7. We are not as connected as we seem...Love the first photo best because it looks like a place I could roll safely. Have a good week!

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    1. We walk through that path many, many times. Very pretty and very peaceful. It's right behind our home.

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  8. I really like the Dining by the Water and In Between photos. They make me want to visit those places.

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    1. They are both really nice places. The one by the water is on an island near our city that we take a ferry to. And the other one is in the downtown area.

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  9. Love the symmetry of those power lines!

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  10. You always capture such beautiful images. I love them all.

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  11. Phones ... there are folks who just cannot live without them. Have a phone free and social media free day or even hour - and do something different, bet people will be glad they did!!!But would they be able to???

    Lovely photo's Martha, a great selection

    All the best Jan

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    1. That is a great idea, Jan! If you can't get off regularly, make room for a phone free day. One day is better than none!

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  12. The yellow door is my favorite one. So simple and pretty.
    Lisa

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  13. Nice pictures. I can see why u love to stroll down that road :)

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