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Day 354 – December 19, 2012

Day 354

My husband bought me two new vintage cameras while he was on TDY to New Mexico recently.  Last night I had a dream I was taking pictures with this one.

In other news, we are leaving tomorrow on our cross-country trek to visit almost all our family members for Christmas and New Years.  I won’t be able to post the rest of the years photos until after we get back on January 6th.  So I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  To all my fellow 366’ers – can you believe it!?  We’ll be done so soon!  It’s been a wonderful adventure.  I’ll be putting my last 12 images of this project up when we get back.  I can’t wait to see the end of all of your projects as well.  And while I might be finished with my everyday project shortly, I’ll be working in January on this project’s book, which I’m planning on having available by the end of January 2013.  See you all next year ;)

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Day 351 – December 16, 2012

Day 351

Christmas time is here.  

Day 343 – December 8, 2012

Day 343

Little firework.

Day 331 – November 26, 2012

Everything is re-blooming! I love it! Flowers in November :)

Day 289 – October 15, 2012

I knew I’d be shooting outside a lot.  I didn’t realize how nice it would be to have a change of scenery and to be visiting the east coast in the fall.  I got such lovely photos. 

Day 171 – June 19, 2012

Just goofing around with my macro lens today, trying to see if I could get a reflection of some trees in water droplets.  Nothing I had them on at first was working, so I just used my hand.  That worked the best.  I want to refine this idea.  I love the idea of shots of water droplets with reflections in them. 

Day 159 – June 7, 2012

In the past couple days we’ve had some beautiful flowers in the front yard bloom like crazy.  When I went to get the mail I noticed lots of little bees buzzing around the flowers and I decided I should be brave and see if I could capture a photo of them.  They were super fast, never spending more than 2 seconds on a single flower.  Way too fast to be able to get a good macro shot, so I settled for my normal lens and got a few good shots.  This one was my favorite.