13/365 – Bottled Colors

I had an insanely productive day today, and while cleaning I noticed the light on the windowsill. I couldn’t pass it up, it was just too perfect.

260/365 – Model Farm

Lexington, KY is currently hosting the World Equestrian Games, and today was college day. It was free for college students, so Elliot, Whitney, my friend Dave, and I hopped on a bus downtown Lexington, rode out to the horse park, and walked around all day. It was such a blast! We even got to pet a penguin!

This was taken in the Alltech tent, where they had a model of sustainable farm that they are working on.

There are more pictures to come for sure, but it will probably take a bit because this is the week when everything is due for every class pretty much. Let the stress begin.

I just opened an Etsy shop with my sister! Check it out!

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232/365 – Moose

Well, I cheated. Yesterday was a busy day; I went to church, then straight to Ikea (where I foolishly left my camera in my car), then to dinner, and then to a movie. By the time I got home from the movie I was dead, and passed out almost immediately. So, I took this picture this morning after class. I was at Ikea with Elliot, and we walked past a bin that was full of all these little stuffed animals, and I jokingly told him he should buy me one, and he pulled out a moose, which was just too perfect to not buy (since I am from Minnesota, and for some reason people automatically associate moose with MN).

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150/365 – Screws

I went to visit Elliot at work today. He works at a place called Laptop Exchange, that buys, sells, trades, and repairs laptops. They have cups of all sorts of screws sitting around and I have always thought that they look cool, so today I decided to use it for my 365.

I changed my camera to JPG instead of Raw to take pictures of studio projects and forgot to change it back, so although you all may not be able to notice it, it is driving me crazy.