Since I have joined the monthly photography challenge, this year seems to be going by really fast. It’s that time again… Time for my monthly post in the series with the nice ladies at Clickin Moms. This month’s theme, Summer Life.
In my household, there’s not a lot happening in regards for summer life. When the kids get out of school for the summer I stop trying to keep a schedule and we just try to have fun. So far this summer we’ve been to the beach, spent some time at the neighborhood pool, celebrated the 4th of July, and had fun with family and friend. Most importantly we celebrated my youngest daughter’s birthday.
Please keep the circle going…. Don’t forget to go over and check out my friend Lisa Deering to see how she views Summer Life.
On the last day of our beach trip, I took Ashleigh and Sydney out to find seashells. I promised that we would do a craft project with the seashells. Well, I haven’t made good on my promise yet, but I did get some good ideas from Ashleigh today.
Discussing our project today helped me decide what today’s picture a day challenge picture would be, and here it is…
Our family took a trip to the beach a couple of weeks ago, and I should be ashamed of myself because I haven’t processes all of the pictures. I’ve been shooting in RAW a few months now and I haven’t gotten the workflow thing together.
I really like sepia tone photo and the vintage look so I always try to find pictures that will look good with those tones. Here are a few pics that I’ve processed so far.
More pics to come after whenever I take time to process them.
I recently went on the 8th grade class trip with my daughter. It as a very interesting trip, to say the least, but the kids had lots of fun. We went on the boardwalk at Downtown Disney and I had an opportunity to take a few night pictures. I did not have a tripod with me so I placed my camera on poles that they had around the boardwalk. Here are a few of my favorites:
We also went to universal studios and they had on display the DeLorean from Back to the Future. That was one of my favorite movies when I was a little girl. I needed to catch up with the crew so I got a quick shot of the car. I didn’t get a chance to get up close to see if the flux capacitor was there. But here is what I got:
Not the best picture, but it will have to do for now.