Photography Project 365 for 2015

Project 365 Photography Challenge-Week 19

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127/365 – Missouri Color

Another week has flown by with my Project 365 Photography Challenge. You wouldn’t think it would be so difficult to take one picture every day, but I’m here to tell you it is! Here are my photos for Week 19 . . .

Week 19 – Photography Challenge

127/365 . . . Missouri Color . . . I continue to try to photograph flowers whenever I get a chance. Before we know it fall and winter will be back and I’ll miss all the color of Spring and Summer.

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128/365 – Vintage Huffy

128/365 . . . Vintage Huffy . . . I was exploring in Kansas City when I ran across this vintage Huffy bicycle. This one was in pretty good shape for its age.

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129/365 – Be Still

129/365 . . . Be Still . . . I often take pictures around my house . . . I like to document my life and what it looks like at any given time. This is one of my favorite verses.

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130/365 – KC Street Art

130/365 . . . KC Street Art . . . Another shot in Kansas City . . . this quirky street art was pretty funny.

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131/365 – Train Station Bees

131/365 . . . Train Station Bees . . . This shot of a bumble bee was a little difficult to take. Bees, of course, don’t slow down much, so trying to catch a photo of one was a challenge. But I did it and I didn’t get stung!

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132/365 – Sweet Kitty

132/365 . . .Sweet Kitty  . . . This sweet kitty is named Truman . . . I’ve always assumed it was after Truman the Tiger (the University of Missouri mascot).

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133/365 – Planting Made Easy

133/365 . . . Planting Made Easy . . . This low-maintenance planter is perfect for those of us who don’t have a lot of time to take care plants that need daily care.

One more week documented! Woo hoo!!! I’m going to try and get on a roll now . . .

If you missed Week 18 you can check it out here.

“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” 

. . . Henry Thoreau

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