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365 Photography Project_Fourth Post

My fourth week, one entire month, done and my awareness of photography increases daily, not necessarily my abilities but definitely my awareness as in TAKE THE FRIGGIN" CAMERA WITH YOU EVERYWHERE YOU GO, WOMAN. And, I have even decided that I should probably read the camera's manual, something I don't believe I've ever actually done before, I'm quite obviously breaking new ground here. Wheee!!

And, from now on, I'm putting Sunday's photograph outside the cut with the rest safely tucked behind.
Sunday October 31, 2010 The last day of Halloween decorations, which are a combination of store-bought, hand-made, and presents.

Monday November 1, 2010 The first day of Thanksgiving decorations, which are also a combination of store-bought, hand-made, and presents plus a few dried gourds.

Tuesday November 2, 2010 Lauren had a sort of dizzy spell so, I took her in to see a new doctor, that's him in the flyer on the door, who I thought was a family practitioner not a pediatrician. And how sweet, they do ear piercing.

Wednesday November 3, 2010 Didn't really go anywhere so, the garden once again.

Thursday November 4, 2010 And in black&white.

Friday November 5, 2010 A friend's neighborhood with much sky.

Saturday November 6, 2010 Parking-lot gift-giving because our two families had just finished Lauren's birthday dinner, her choice, and we're about to go our separate ways. The bonsai Jimmy holds is Lauren's present from his family, Lauren is gleeful reading the card they've given her as her dad, Cindy, Jimmy, and Tim look on. And, Yes, it is blurry, but I like nonetheless.

to flickr for WEEK 1 2, & 3


( 8 comments — Leave a comment )
Nov. 8th, 2010 12:40 pm (UTC)
Bye-bye Halloween, hello Thanksgiving. I love all the fabulous and fun decorations.
Nov. 8th, 2010 08:07 pm (UTC)
from mid-October to New Years Day, just fun fun fun so, stay-tuned for bye-bye Thanksgiving, hello Christmas also. I'm glad you like because we sure had fun assembling all of it.
Nov. 8th, 2010 01:55 pm (UTC)
Ooh, love the black and white one and the sky!
Nov. 8th, 2010 08:10 pm (UTC)
thank you. Lauren's taking photo 1 & they begin with B&W. Looking at her photos, I was reminded how much I truly enjoy that way of seeing. Thanks for commenting.
Nov. 14th, 2010 05:38 am (UTC)
I once framed two blurry shots and gave them to a friend of her daughter. I loved them and some people thought it was strange because they were blurry.

Do you decorate just the mantle or other places in your home?
Nov. 16th, 2010 08:26 pm (UTC)
I love blurry, they seem a little more present somehow. As for the decorations, I only really decorate more for Christmas. Keeping it simple means I'll actually decorate> I used to be more elaborate and, consequently, rarely bothered. How about you?
Nov. 17th, 2010 06:33 am (UTC)
I don't decorate at all. I used to, for years, and then some switch got flipped and I totally stopped. I feel liberated.
Nov. 17th, 2010 08:58 pm (UTC)
I understand totally, that's why I scaled back, it all got to be too much, but, for me since I collect Christmas ornaments and each one has its own story, I would feel bad not taking them out and letting them shine at least for a little while once a year.
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