Sunday, April 20, 2008

sunday necessity

Sunday Necessity
April 2008

My iTunes: Bubbly by Colbie Caillat

Robert had a great comment on yesterday's photo -- coffee isn't just a Saturday necessity... it's also a Sunday, Monday, Tuesday... He inspired me to post a similar shot today. He has posted some really great macro shots lately -- take a peek!

I had a great time participating in Project Yellow last week. (It's really helped in keeping my mind off the pain, too!) I really enjoyed having something specific to keep an eye out for as I either had my camera out or as I skimmed through photos I've taken in the past. I enjoyed having a bit of continuity from post-to-post as well. So, I think I will experiment (at least for a little while) with starting some projects of my own. We'll see how closely I can stick to it... sometimes I find it challenging to stay within the established parameters, especially if I find a great shot that is unrelated to the project theme. But I think I have a solution: I'll try to stick to the project during the week, and on weekends anything goes! If the mood strikes, perhaps I'll join in on some of your projects as well!

So, after today I'll have to come up with a good theme idea. Places, things, colors, shapes, compositions... But for now, it's the weekend, and anything goes!

In other news, I thought it would be fun to post a list of the blogs that you, my readers, have created. It's been great seeing everyone's creativity, and not just visual creativity but "literary" as well! I've included that new list on the side of my blog. I'll periodically check to make sure it's up-to-date with a list of my (current) regular visitors!

3 days until surgery.


Robert said...

You are too kind. Thank you for your thoughtful words.

How can you go wrong posting about coffee? And pictures. And combining the two. Great combo. This picture is great. Once again, I LOVE the angle. It must be a right brain/left brain thing but changing up the angles is so hard for me to break out of. Seeing you do it is inspiring. I tried it with that mailbox picture and was quite pleased. Anyhow, great work once again and another big thank you. :)

Anna said...

Yum! I could really go for one of those about now...