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Day 90 - Writing Theme Day!

  • Posted Jan. 26, 2010 by Heather Viewed 3314 times

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Today I proved to myself I could multi task even with the bare minimum of energy. I managed to take my theme pictures and watched the kids/and played and got all the errands done. I will say I feel like I pulled it off by the skin of my teeth. I went to the gas station today and bought some snacks and payed for my gas and then….I drove off…with out actually putting gas in my car :) For anyone concerned, I did go back to the gas station after about 2 minutes of driving.

So I guess I'm suppose to link everyone involved in the theme of the day. If I mess this up….I'm sorry.
Helen [photoblog.com]
Stefan [photoblog.com]
Moira [photoblog.com]
Cathy [photoblog.com]

Ok…cross your fingers

I can say that this pencil is this small because of me. The eraser is just a prop….I hardly ever use a stand alone eraser. Canon 5D

How we first learn to write. Canon 5D

Because everyone needs a calligraphy shot. I focused a lot on the tools we use to write with. Canon 5D

A treasured letter. Canon 5D

Which weapon do you chose? Canon 5D

This is my journal. The front cover has The Great Wave by Hokusai on it. Most of the time I use it to organize my thoughts. Canon 5D

I like this one a lot. It could be argued that tattooing is drawing, but my tattoo is script. Canon 5D

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    • # Susan

      Beautiful composition! The first shot is my favorite - there's something mystical about it! Very well done!

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    • # Fotografya

      I loved your style of contrasty and simplicity. Good work. Congratulations...

      2010.01.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Moira

      Lovely set . BTW you spelt my name "Moira" wrong. Happens a lot though even when people pronounce my name , they sometimes say it as you wrote it.

      2010.01.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kerri

      Great set! I really love the first shot. The black and white makes it even more dramatic.

      2010.01.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Stefan Fletcher

      The small pencil and the large eraser (which Brits still call a rubber, but I won't here) can be explained as follows: you write a lot and don't make mistakes.

      Choice of weapons? Well, you blackguard, I'll meet you at dawn with biros.

      Well done with such a result if you're running on empties. Impressive and truly interesting. I like the severity and simplicity of your monos.

      I've really enjoyed the experience and am looking forward to next week's. Who knows what the theme will be, but I hope you feel energetic enough to take part and make another valued contribution.

      2010.01.27 Edited Reply Cancel