First snow, then spring. It was a weird (and beautiful) week in Charlottesville. Looking forward to a warm weekend spent catching up with out-of-town friends.
A little behind on the photo challenge, but that's ok. Once again, I failed to take images specific to the weekly colors, but I found a few photos that pass for blue and purple. My first instagram pic was taken after last week's snow; the robins were out in droves, flitting around, eating worms, and … Continue reading one word photo challenge: blue + purple
This week I kept forgetting what color we were going for, so I never specifically pinpointed yellow tones. I was pleasantly surprised to see that I had exactly one instagram photo and one DSLR photo with clear pops of yellow. These pretty little flowers appeared in the planter outside our door this week; they didn't … Continue reading one word photo challenge: yellow
Though spring hasn't yet taken hold of the landscape, there's still plenty of green to be found. My instagram photo was taken out the kitchen window on the morning of Snowpocalypse 2014. I took the digital photograph later the same day; the temperature had warmed enough to melt the first snow, but more snow fell … Continue reading one word photo challenge: green
For this week's challenge, I focused on bright spots amid the gray rather than on authentic neon tones. Still, I think I came pretty close. My instagram photo depicts the quaint yellow building in which I reunited with my friend, Taylor, for country cookin' before thrift shopping in Ruckersville. The DSLR photo, taken in the … Continue reading one word photo challenge: neon
I'm participating in my sister's One Word Photo Challenge. This week the word is magenta. I plan to post one DSLR photo and one instagram picture for each challenge. Those flowers look much more magenta in real life, I promise. If you'd like to participate, get more information here.