POTW Thursday: Black & White

July 15, 2010
I’m going to make this (and any other posts today) brief. This week’s POTW (Picture of the Week) theme is black and white. I decided that I wanted to experiment with silhouettes while at the beach. This is my husband, his brother and our brother-in-law playing in the ocean.I’ve got a few more things to share with you today…you’ll see them pop up throughout the day. Have a great
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POTW Thursday: National Pride

July 08, 2010
First off, I was out of town yesterday, so I’ve just now caught up on all the blogs I follow. I love commenting on the work of my friends but if for some reason I overlooked you…just know I still heart you. With that said…This week’s POTW (Picture of the Week) theme was National Pride – how appropriate considering we (if you’re in the United States) just celebrated the 4th of July.  The You Capture theme is closely related: America. Earlier this week, I shared my THREE firework photos worth saving…but those didn’t really say...
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Black and White Wednesday

June 30, 2010
Last night, I was wrapping up my June 2010 Photo Hunt when I looked around my hotel room and saw some interesting elements that needed to be photographed. By the way, I will officially be unveiling my photo hunt items tomorrow, so please come back tomorrow to check out my work! The first of these “elements” was perfect for my POTW challenge: shutter speed. Yeah, I’m lame and went back to the ever popular water rushing over a cup in the sink. I’m hoping to continue experimenting with shutter speed, but for now…If you want to see more POTW entries, check back...
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POTW Thursday: Summer

June 24, 2010
This week’s POTW theme is SUMMER. I really struggled with this week’s theme because I feel like summer has just begun…that, and I don’t get to really enjoy my summer until July when we go on vacation. I also envy all the fun pool and sprinkler shots from my photography friends with children.Nonetheless, I started scrolling through some of the photos I took over the weekend to find something that said “summer.” Dragonflies say “summer,” right? I took the shot below by leaning into a fountain at the Rose Garden to get a closer shot – I...
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