88/365 – Miniature Planet

Just like yesterday I was taking one set of photographs and happened on another. I liked my other ones, but was thinking my 365 needed a macro and abstract shot since it had been a while. I plan on re-shooting the other idea at some point, once I get some more materials.

As for this shot, does any one have any guesses as to what it is?

50/365 – Refreshing Colors

When trying to decide what to take a picture of each day I generally look back at the things I have done recently so that I can keep things varied and keep pushing myself in all directions. I know I just did a flower photograph the other day, but I decided that there wasn’t enough bright colors in my work lately, so I wanted to change that.

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43/365 – Rocks

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Outtakes Round Five

Here we go again, more “outtakes” from my 365.

Day 200 – 7/28/2010

Day 202 – 7/30/2010

Day 204 – 8/1/2010

Day 206 – 8/3/2010

Day 211 – 8/8/2010

Day 212 – 8/9/2010

Day 213 – 8/10/2010

Day 214 – 8/11/2010

Day 219 – 8/16/2010

Day 220 – 8/17/2010

Day 221 – 8/18/2010

Day 224 – 8/21/2010

Day 225 – 8/22/2010

Day 230 – 8/27/2010

Day 235 – 9/1/2010

358/365 – Bonsai

Elliot had a bonsai when he was younger, and had been wanting another one for a while, so I got him one for his birthday. It sure has had quite the life so far. Pixel decided he liked it, and the first day we had it he ate a few leaves and dug at the dirt a little. I thought that it would be safe on top of the microwave (which is on a microwave stand), but he jumped up there and somehow knocked it off, spilling the top layer of rocks and sand, loosening the tree up, and somehow managing to break his water bowl but not the planter during this process. In the couple of weeks after that the little tree lost almost all of it’s leaves and I was sure it was dying. Elliot however was convinced it was fine, and sure enough, there is tons of new growth! The sun was shinning this afternoon when I stopped over, and I figured it was a perfect time to get some pictures.

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