It’s raining. Like pouring and snoring, kind of rain. Sooo that’s what day 2 is about: rain. Here it is!
Day 2 isn’t over yet so that means there are still 29 days to join in the challenge. You can tweet, comment, link, pingback, instagram, facebook, etc. to share your pictures. I can’t wait to see some of the creative and random pictures!
Bonus: At church this morning we played a game called Flip Your Lid where you have to flip a cup over and get it to land on a water bottle or a Pepsi. Check out the video:
It was by far my favorite game of the year. And that’s saying a lot.
A few years ago I did a “31 days of December” photo challenge on facebook. It turned into more work than fun soooo I’m trying again. The bright side of having challenge in September is that I won’t be in final exams this time. Oh and the weather is nicer for picture taking and there are more things to photograph. Maybe this time things will turn out better :)
Day 1: Trees in my backyard.
Do you want to join the photo challenge?? Together tends to be better! Comment a link to your post if you do :)
For the Weekly Photo Challenge, we were given the phrase “Free Spirit.” What exactly that means, I have no idea. Soooo I asked my brother. His response was “Whuhhhht?!” (Yes, that is the phonetic spelling of the word “what” from too many xbox/mmorpgs game expressions. That or because it’s fun to say “what” that way.) Conclusion: We have no idea what in the world that phrase is suppose to mean.
In the spirit of the unknown phrase, I’m winging it. The interpretation I’m using is dreaming, light exposure, bright image, and motion. Ehhh, let’s throw in some double exposure while we’re at it too :D The idea was to have the image look like a dreamy state, hence dreaming.
Without further ado, the photo:
And because this was fun taking random light exposure pictures and just random pictures in general, some bonuses:
Well… ummm… yeah. I’ve pretty much perfected the art of procrastination. This being my first year of graduate school and my fifth year of university and my 18th year of education in general, I’ve had quite a bit of time to master this art.
Procrastination usually takes the form of facebook, nintendo, minecraft, or embroidery, but recently I’ve been procrastinating with some photoshop. This is today’s result:I’m not very happy with it, but only so much can be done with a broken camera. Oh, wells. Maybe next time the scene will turn out better.