Saturday, April 30, 2011

Project 365 Week 17

Another week of Florida beach vegetation. Sorry this time I don't know the names (except, of course, as noted).
Day 113

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Day 116
Cone on a sand pine.

Day 117

Day 118
Indian Blanket

Day 119

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Project 365 Week 16

Plants found along the beaches in my area. Some native, some invasive. Some I have names for, most I don't.

Day 106
Red Bay, a member of the Laurel family.

Day 107
Tree damaged by winds.

Day 108
Saw Palmetto. Favorite hiding place of snakes.

Day 109
If you look closely in the midst of the green you will see what I believe is a member of the Agave family, better known as the Century plant.

Day 110
The Sand Live Oak is a cousin to the Myrtle Oak, but I know it better as a scrub oak.

Day 111
No this is not Rosemary, but Conradina which smells like and can be used as the Rosemary herb.

Day 112
A Sand Pine.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Project 365 Week 15

Photos from around the area

Day 99

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Saturday, April 09, 2011

Project 365 Week 14

Day 92
Last week's macro challenge (which I didn't do then) was black and white. This is what is on the inside of a coffee cup that was presented to Pan and I from his sister.

Day 93
Last week's P52 challenge (again I didn't do it then) was to break the rule of thirds. (I kind of like how this turned out)

Day 94
Back on track, this week's macro challenge... two of a kind. I chose to use two types of pins.

Day 95
This week's P52 challenge... repetition. Here you can find a close up of some crocheting, all in double crochet.

Day 96
The produce bag that I crocheted this week. Fun, easy, fast and now it needs to be lined. LOL.

Day 97
A fire or controlled burn. Pan and I went through a lot of areas like this recently.

Day 98
Leaning tower? Or quicksand? Maybe just a house not built level.

Saturday, April 02, 2011

Project 365 Week 13

Day 85
Some animules have it just too good. Kfkap has decided the bunk is his and to prove it sleeps with his head on the pillow and a book (albeit a phonebook) close at hand.

Day 86
Our little one (not so little anymore) got to visit for a couple of days. I imagine it wouldn't be much longer before snuggling next to Pan will be a taboo.

Day 87
The next morning it was who was faster... Indy or the camera. Looks like the camera won. But just barely.

Day 88
No More Pictures. Click.

Day 89
A time for goodbyes. I still miss him desperately. I really hope his father moves back so that we could see him more often. But I mustn't get my hopes up.

Day 90
The next day the clouds echoed my gloomy feelings. The house was soooo quiet. It always is, but more noticeable after Indy has been visiting.

Day 91
Such traitors, those clouds. I was still in thralls of depression and they appeared fluffy and white.