309/366 – Home

*Tuesday, November 20
I hadn’t done a double exposure for a while, so I thought it would be good to do one while I was home.


257/366 – Clay Stomp

Today the K-State ceramics department held a clay stomp, where we all stomped on last year’s dried clay while slowly adding water to get it back into usable shape. 

167/366 – Morning

Thursday, June 21

Friday morning was my frist time meeting my little nephews. They were sound asleep when we got in the night before, so when they woke up in the morning I was immediately in their room to see them. They were born very premature and because of that still have to have their breathing and heart rate monitored. I loved his glowing little foot, and had to grab a few pictures.

102/366 – A day in the life of a nanny

I figured when all else fails, a double exposure will look interesting.

The older boy I nanny for was at school this morning, so the younger one and I had a nice quiet morning playing with play-doh. Normally when I am taking pictures he tries to jump in front of the camera and yells “cheese” but today he was so involved in his work that he was oblivious to me. I loved it.