My Project 365 Photography Challenge is moving along. I’m really not sure I understood just how hard doing a challenge like this would be when I started. Life gets so busy and it definitely gets in the way of fun things! I have an easier time on days where I see something to photograph early in day. Otherwise I find myself a little stressed wondering what I’m going to take a photo of. It’s always a relief when I get my photo taken for the day!!!
Week 15 – Photography Challenge
99/365 . . . Farmer’s Market . . . I love the look of Farmer’s Markets . . . colorful vegetables, flowers, spices, etc. I don’t actually buy a lot of vegetables (since I don’t have a chance to cook at home much), but I love the look.
100/365 . . . Unity Doorway . . . Unity Village is located in the Kansas City area. It is a 1,200 acre complex with buildings that have a Mediterranean-style and it the spiritual home of the Unity Movement.
101/365 . . . Snow White’s Cottage . . . This really isn’t Snow White’s cottage, of course, but I think I looks like it should be! This is also on the campus at Unity Village and I decided I had to go back and take a few more pictures. It is a really interesting place to walk around.
102/365 . . . Watercolor Flowers . . . I used to paint a lot and this closeup reminds me of a painting. Makes me a little sorry I don’t have time to paint right now. (I took this with the macro lens attachment on my iPhone.)
103/365 . . . Window Portrait . . . The light was good . . . the subject was cute! Can’t beat having something cute to take a picture of.
104/365 . . . Train Love . . . I love the train . . . I really don’t know what I would do without it. It gets me back and forth between St. Louis and Kansas City each week and it keeps me from having to drive. Woo hoo!
105/365 . . . Spring Wildflowers . . . The week ended with beautiful wildflowers by a stream. Love it!
Week 15 is in the books and I’m moving on to Week 16. Week 16 definitely had some fun sights to photograph!
If you missed Week 14 (and you’d like to check it out) you can see it here.
“You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
. . . Christopher Columbus