Tag Archive 'September'

Oct 01 2010

A purple pansy

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There’s nothing like a pansy to brighten your day. They add a welcome spot of cheer! They are so vibrant and beautiful. Here is the same photo in a watercolor – http://www.flickr.com/photos/anned/5042502469/

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Sep 30 2010

Sky, cloud, & trees

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Once again, I could not resist the sky, clouds, and trees. The skies were unusually pretty today – all over!

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Sep 29 2010

Harley, one month later

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Harley is still as playful as ever but I managed to catch him in a brief, still moment!

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Sep 28 2010

Show off those pretty paws!

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This little kitten was outside an office building that I visited today. He was with his mama. The mama was friendly but this kitten was having nothing to do with having his picture made. I turned from the mama for a moment to catch him in this pose before he took off again. The folks […]

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Sep 27 2010

Nature’s earthtones palette

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The Daily Shoot: Make a photograph today dominated by browns or other earthtones. Explore how the color influences your subject choice. The beauty of earthtones in nature explode in browns, tans, greens, and greys and a small touch of yellow. Wow!

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Sep 26 2010

A neighborhood fence

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The Daily Shoot: Fences and walls can divide or demarcate. Make a creative photo of a fence or wall today. Today it rained all day so this was as creative as I could get. The rain is welcomed though – so cooling and look at all the green it brought out!

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Sep 25 2010

Pink & green

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I discovered these pink and green beauties while out walking this evening.

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Sep 24 2010

Gorgeous picture books on parts of speech

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The Daily Shoot: Make a photo of an interesting stack of books or magazines. Consider how you handle repeating lines in your composition. Here are a few of my Ruth Heller books on parts of speech that I used over and over in my elementary classrooms. You can have a lot of fun and learn […]

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Sep 23 2010

Shiny green leaves in natural symmetry

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The Daily Shoot: Symmetry can be calm and soothing. Make a photo today featuring symmetry, either in subject or composition.

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Sep 22 2010

A pretty, blue bird!

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Finally, success! I captured a pretty, blue bird up close where I could enjoy looking at all the details. Hmmm, identifying him? That’s another story. Maybe an Eastern bluebird??

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