outside My jungle of a backyard
hair Hair from the top
shadow This is an old picture (Look how little Alex was), but I wasn’t able to get a shadow pic this week. Back when this picture was taken Alex was admiring his shadow and said, “Man, mom, my muscles are getting big!”
your choice This was the display at Publix. So many interesting fall pumpkins
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
I’d love you to join along with us next week! Challenge yourself this week to step out of your comfort zone. Get low, go high, change your angle, get close, back up. Do something different with your shots this week! A couple simple guidelines..
1. Anyone can participate.
2. Since this challenge is meant to help you expand your eye for photography, try to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Or do as many as you got!
3. If you find yourself struggling, you may use one photo from your archive, but who will really know…
4. Link up here on Saturday or sometime before the next Saturday. You can use the button below or just a link would be nice.
5. Have fun iSpying!
For next week the prompts you will be looking to photograph or iSpy are as follows:
– children’s book
– your choice
Suggest a Prompt! If you have a prompt you would like to do, please comment below or email me with your ideas! I’ll keep a running list of those and use as needed.
Have fun with it! Happy iSpying!
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Definitely big muscles!! How cute:) And what a great display at the grocery store! Our local stores really need to step up their game. Was at Harris Teeter this week….and not a pumpkin one on display. Sigh!! Happy October!
Oh Isn’t he a darling and those muscles are impressive. CarolG
I love your backyard! Your shadow buddy does have impressive muscles!
Your BBQ looks yummy! What a beautiful backyard jungle.
I LOVE the sunrise (sunset) through your backyard trees. And that pumpkin display is incredible!!!
That photo of your son is so cute! Love how you captured the shadow!
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