Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Day 87: Church

Here is a really pretty church with that lights up that we put out for Christmas.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Day 86: Snowflake Decoration

Today, I would like to demonstrate what macro can show you if you get a clear picture. These have not been edited at all, except that the last three were cropped.


Day 85: Nativity

Day 84: Lunchtime

Day 83: Maxine

Day 82: Thanksgiving

Day 82 was Thanksgiving! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I had a really great Thanksgiving, spending the day with family and a family friend. That day, just like every year, we did pictures. First, they had a big group picture (we weren't in it because it was my great aunt and uncle, their kids, and grandchildren). Then we did individual family pictures. I took a picture of my great aunt and uncle for them, but I believe it was on their camera, so I can't post it since I don't have it. In case you were wondering what it looked like, it was the two of them sitting on chairs in front of a window (there were curtains on the window). Sorry I couldn't post the picture! I did take one!

Day 81: Wine glass

This wine glass came from Italy!

Day 80: Pinecones

Day 79: Abby in motion

This is my friend, Abby, and she was moving when I took the picture. Normally, photographers don't like this. I think that it is kind of artistic looking.

Day 78: Nativity girl holding chicken

Day 77: Lit-up Dickens Village church

Day 76: Sunrise

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Day 70: Noelle with curly hair

My friend curled her hair for honor band.

Day 69: Someone was hungry!

Day 68: Green Screen

Just so you know, I took this picture by accident. I was trying to take a video using the green screen, and accidentally took a picture. It was pretty lucky, though, because otherwise I probably wouldn't have gotten a picture for that day. :)

Day 67: Claire

Monday, November 7, 2011

Day 65: Trophy

I got this trophy at 4-Herama yesterday. It lights up, and the lights turn on going in a circle. This picture is a long exposure, so you can see all the lights lit up. The black in the back is the trench coat my dad held up for me to take the picture.