11.15.2010

Week 46


Random things I like about this picture:

  • I like the way wood looks stacked up - pretty texture, no?
  • I like that you can see my wedding ring with my Granny's pearl ring nestled in between my set.  Finally took that sucker out of the drawer to wear...use the good China, I say! 
  • I like that I'm wearing my Toms, sans socks, in November!
  • I like my favorite old Levi's that are getting to the point of thread-bare.  {I will mourn the day they finally give way.}
  • I like that necklace.
  • I like that my sleeves are long. {most sleeves are not like that on my monkey arms}
  • I like that I was able to photoshop a zit off my chin. 
I will not mention the things I don't like, but I will say that they are less than what they would have been before I started this 52 week project.  I cannot believe it's already Week 46!

Oh, and did I mention that I'm in serious mode on the 52 Week Project for 2011? 

Well, I am.

I have lots of ideas to make this a fun interactive project for anyone who wants to participate.  It's not about taking the most beautiful pictures...it's about learning more about and playing with your camera, learning to like yourself and being comfortable in front of the camera, getting creative, and mostly it's about having a little fun!  

Details will follow over the next few weeks. 

6 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I loveeeeeeeeeeee that photo Kim... and I am hoping to join you next year! Of course, I may need to LEARN PS... so I can remove the zits off my face too! LOL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

mandiegirl said...

SO pretty! I really like the stacked wood!!

deana said...

Great autumn photo! :-)

sandra said...

This one is lovely, but they all are. I look forward to seeing a new one every week. I hope I can join you in 2011. I've tried the 365 and I can't handle it :( (excuses, excuses lol)

Jamie said...

Don't you just love Photoshop? Glad to see you've kept up with the 52 weeks! I dropped out with all the wedding craziness, but I would definitely be interested in giving it another try :)

Bekka said...

This is so beautiful! And I love your thoughts on using the "good china". So true!