Monday, November 7, 2011

365 Project -- #302-308

This is the time in my week when I look back at the images I've captured
throughout the previous week, and choose my seven favorites.
These seven--one for each day of the week--are featured below.

October 29 - November 4

A couple of lost images.  Yummy food.  A tea party.  A Bible and some music.  And a teenager with a driver's license.  My images from last week run the gamut!

I discovered these two "lost" images when I was going through my Lightroom "October" album.  The honeybee shots turned out great, and this one below is my favorite.

[302] Honeybee on dandelion

The sun turned the leaves on this tree to gold.  It was really cool framed in my window.

 [303] Through an autumn window

For a family get-together, we decided on "Breakfast at Dinner."  My sister-in-law Charlotte made the below, which were the hit of the evening.

 [304] Maple-brown butter glazed waffles

I took the below for a past and future client; I shot their Mother/Daughter Encouragement Weekend this past year, and I get to fly out to Georgia next February to shoot next year's event!  (I'm so very excited about it.)  They needed some teacup images to promote next year's mother/daughter event, and I was happy to oblige them.  I love tea.  :)

 [305] Rose teacup

My "son" Caleb was thumbing through Proverbs, and I got this shot.  (I called him "son" one day, and he started calling me "Mom."  Kinda nice.)

 [306] Proverbs

And one potential client!  This talented young man is looking forward to a career in music.  I had fun taking these images and experimenting with the light (which was very dim, yuck).  Hopefully the images I captured will give him a good idea of what I can offer.  Although I must say--I can't wait to hold a session with him (and the rest of his musical group) outdoors in good light!

 [307] Sing your heart out

Another one leaves the our Suburban.  Danny got his driver's license, and two hours later he drove off to class.  I can't tell you how freeing it is, even after just a few days, that I don't have to drive him to college classes any more.  I get to be home and spend more time with Thomas and Joseph.  I am thrilled to be a full-time at-home mom again!

[308] Another one drives away

And so ends my week of images.  Hope you captured some fine memories, too!

Capturing the moments of life.


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  1. Want to lick the waffle picture. Love the tea cup and bible shot!

  2. Another set of beautiful images! I love the bumblebee!

  3. The images are so nice, and I love the stories behind each of them.

  4. You sure did have some different pictures. That is what life is all about. You are living in the moment and I love it. No staged photos...just perfect pictures. I love your tea cup. Beautiful.