Saturday, February 21, 2009

Project 365, Week 8

Did I miss a week? Should I be on 9????

Here you go.


February 14, 2009 is in previous post...I got confused!


February 15, 2009 February 16, 2009

February 17, 2009



February 18, 2009

February 19, 2009


February 20, 2009


As I look at this week, I realize that I really haven't changed much as a photographer. That's disappointing. My goal this week is to work on point-of-view. Change it up a little, you know? Perhaps if I give myself a goal every now and then, I really will improve.

How was your week?

PAD 2009
Hosted by Kimberly

6 comments:

Christina said...

Yay, a picture of you and your sweetie! I love it. And that glorious sky with fingers of light - lovely. I think there's two reasons for this project: to stretch yourself photographically, but also to have a daily record of your life. And you're totally rocking at that. Each image is like a little story to look back on.

Scrapping Servant said...

Your February 18th for me was ironic! I was looking at it right when the Lion King was playing the part where Simba sees Mufasa in the clouds!!! LOL!

Arizaphale said...

Friends I knew used to call the light through the clouds 'fingers of God'.
Nice to see the two of you together! And ironing! Hah! I hate ironing :-D unless I've got nothing else to do. It takes up so much time.
I'm enjoying your photographic take on life but I'll be interested to see what else you have in store for us.

MelanieB said...

I loved your initial photos of the children outside. My best pictures are usually ones that I take when I don't expect to find anything good. The most satisfying pics to me are the ones taken outdoors. Let nature do the hard work for you! That's what Ansel Adams did. You'll figure out what works best for you, and then you can perfect that. Keep going! I'm enjoying your photos. M looks so cute!

Kimberly said...

I think what I like most about your photos this week is how it shows your daily life. I think I might even do snapshots as my theme this week. :)

Maggie said...

I think that your snapshots are awesome -- it's such a great way to see what your daily life is like. And those are the things that you will want to look back and remember at the end of the year!