Monday, July 20, 2009

Round and Round


A couple of months ago, some friends and I started Words to Shoot By, a bi-monthly photography project where we choose a word and then shoot it. It's been so fun seeing everyone's interpretation of the theme, and this month was no different. I just love being a part of this project, and I hope my pals do too. This top triptych is what I went with this time, and the one below was my first idea for "round". We had the neighbors over for pie last night and right before I pulled the homemade frozen lime, strawberry lemonade, and pineapple pies from the freezer, I made a few digital images of the fresh fruit I grabbed to top the pies with. Of course, since they are digital, I don't care for them, so I came up with the other idea last night and shot my yellow and orange Argus C3, my rainbow Polaroid OneStep, and my pretty little Kodak Duaflex this morning on my deck while watering my new aspens. The potted lavender and a new family of blue jays kept me company.

3 comments:

Michael Van der Tol said...

What a great idea for collaboration and it keeps the creativity flowing.

Robin said...

I'm enjoying the project too, and I really enjoyed seeing our different takes on this month's theme.
Your camera shots are so fun!

Wendy said...

"homemade frozen lime, strawberry lemonade, and pineapple pies"

YES, PLEASE!
Sounds divine.