I started a 365 photo project last year, but I think I only got 3 months into it. It was hard to pick up the camera every day, edit and then upload every day. So, I'm going to try it again; but a little bit differently.
I was following the prompts of a photographer that created a 365 project. I loved the idea! And I love the photographer! But it was so hard to find something related to the prompts. So, I'm going out on my own this year. I will just take a picture of whatever I want; no prompts, no worries! I will upload them on the weekend, and will blog about them every Sunday. That will also take the stress out of doing the daily project as well.
We decided to take the dogs up to Mt. Lemmon on Friday to see some snow. I had an idea in my head that I would get some amazing pictures of the dogs frolicking in the fresh snow. Yeah, no...no such luck. There was snow up there, but it was packed and solid and slippery. The dogs were like, um, no mom...it's cold and we want to go back in the Jeep. So, this is Tater...looking so sad being stuck in the back. Poor baby...
Hubby and I went on an off-roading trip on Saturday. It was last minute for us, and we decided to try and bring the dogs with us to see how they would do. Needless to say, they will be staying home for our next off roading adventure. I put the seats down in the back of the Jeep to give them more room to move around. I didn't think about how they would be moving all of the place as we were bouncing up and down those big rocks! By the time we got back to civilization, they were wore out and sleeping. So, no more off roading adventures for them.
I received this Amaryllis flower as a bulb before Christmas from a client at work. I planted it and have been taking pictures of it as it grows. This was today, Sunday. I think it's at the end of it's life. I am going to have to get my box out and see what it tells me to do next with it. I think I can plant it in the yard and it should come back year after year. I currently have it in a small pot. So, will have to do some research on that one!