Oct 3, 2014

30 day photo challenge 3/3

here is the end of the photo challenge.
for each day of september
i challenged myself to make a different picture
my guide a list of ideas from pinterest.
i take pictures all the time
but mostly of things i want to remember or save.
this helped me think ways to get a specific shot.
i've enjoyed it,
and i hope you have to.

happy october!

TWENTY TWO - INSPIRATIONAL i never fail to be inspired by Kansas and vintage things.
TWENTY THREE - PATTERNS i love dappled evening shade stretched on the house.
TWENTY FOUR - ANIMAL Jo-jo, my faithful teddy bear-dog.
TWENTY FIVE - STRANGERS  was stumped for this one so captured a new town with lots of people i don't know.
TWENTY SIX - CLOSE UP  left-hand finger calluses from stringed instruments.
TWENTY SEVEN - CELEBRATION  celebrating fall with pumpkin pancakes


Shady Del Knight said...

I'm running out of adjectives to describe how great your pictures are, dear Abigail. You have a gift. Pictures #1 and #3 reveal your talent for composing interesting shadow shots, including your own shadow. In my comment on your previous post I forgot to mention how much I like your long distorted shadow stretching across the dirt road. Does Daisy ever get jealous of Jo-jo or are they best friends? It looks like Daisy was hoping one of those pumpkin pancakes would drop to the floor. They look delicious. The last picture, the self portrait holding your banjo, is another creative composition worthy of gracing an album cover. You definitely have found a home behind and in front of the camera, dear friend.

I wish you and Daisy a safe and happy weekend, Abigail!

Faye Caroline said...

I love the coloured light spots in the strangers photo, and the idea of using your shadow as a self portrait. Perfect photos as always, you have such an eye for composition.

Bethany Carson said...

The black and white old family photos are neat! I enjoy looking through my family's old photographs. Also, you must do plenty of practicing for those callouses you have on your fingers (badges of musical dedication). I used to have pretty nice ones from my guitar playing, but they have nearly disappeared. I still play, but not as often as I used to.

Lindsay Lane said...

Beautiful photographs and I especially, ofcourse, love the self portrait!

Abigail said...

about Jo Jo, Daisy hardly even notices him. She's kind of stuck up that way (lol). And she always gets so excited when we're making pancakes and eggs. thank you.

Abigail said...

thank you, Faye. it was actually totally accidental. we were at a stop light and i was zoomed in and trying to capture something else when we started moving again. but i just love it when things like that happen.

Abigail said...

thank you. i agree. seeing family long ago is so much fun! i was a little stumped at what to photograph, but my subject was right at my finger tips (lol).

Abigail said...

oh thank you so much, Lindsay.

Sarah said...

I love all the photos, and I always think the self portraits of you with your banjo are so pretty. I'm also loving your black and white family photos! The sheep one so neat!

Michelle Brooks said...

What a clever idea! I mostly seem to take pictures of things I see that I want to remember as well and this is a good way to challenge yourself. Love the pumpkin pancakes photos so much cuz they look delicious but also Daisy looks so cute there + I like the sunflowers and Jadite. I've often wondered what it feels like & looks like to have callused fingertips from playing an instrument -- now I know!

Hannah Batchelder said...

Lovely pictures, and I may or may not have had a little bit of shirt envy at the last pic. :P

Lucy said...

As always, great photos. I was excited to see more from the challenge. And pumpkin pancakes? They look delicious!!


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