Today was gloomy out, so I decided to get out my extension tubes and clamps lights for some indoor practice. To collect proper specimens for the project I snuck out to a couple of the rhododendron bushes around the complex, and raided the refrigerator.
Here are a few of my favorites from today:
a simple cherry
The colorful smudges were serendipitous. These were frozen blueberries, and as they melted they left these lovely purple splotches on the tissue paper that was the backdrop
This one is SOOC – minus the watermark that is
This last one is my SOOC Sunday submission! Head over to Murrieta 365 to see the others!
While the states don’t generally offer the typical street markets you’d see in South America or Asia, we have our own – slightly more organized perhaps- version. The opening day of the Phinney Farmer’s Market in Seattle offered me the opportunity to work on
this last week’s challenge from Ailsa at Where’s my Backpack.
Oh, as well as WordPress’s Weekly Photo Challenge (okay, so while these photos were not technically taken TODAY, they were taken on the day I first read the new challenge prompt, which states “This day. The day you’re reading and reacting to this post. No rules or guidance on what to post other than the photo must be taken today! Don’t cheat, don’t go into your photo archives on your computer, don’t link to an old post“).
He knew I was taking photos in his direction, and so he kept adjusting his stance and was looking generally uncomfortable
A family taking a break and taking in the view
She wants those cherries. NOW.
She wanted those flowers
pretty carrots, and grandma and baby in the background wondering what’s going on
It was a nice day for a market, and mostly everyone was obliging to the photographer. :)