I also started using the macro lens (that I forgot that I had). Turns out that it helps. A lot.
So nice to have flowers in my own backyard… gives me a chance to practice. The humidity fogged up the lens a little which, actually helped this image a bit.
We recently had some landscaping done to spruce up the backyard. This little guy is already taking hold in its new home, and the flowers reminded me of little red fireworks. Looking forward to seeing all of the other plants bloom.
Fun with html. Finishing a very basic homework assignment for school but, because I’m weird and like coding in html, I’m enjoying this.
When you (I) realize that you (I) have to go back to work, tomorrow.
Traditions and new beginnings. Black eyes peas for dinner on the first day of a new year. The first photo of another attempt at a Photo 365 project.
This was one of the most beautiful evenings that I have ever experienced. The combination of the light, fluffy snowflakes and the lights through the Metro station, street lamps, and the lights around my townhouse complex, was so serene and calming.
The first “Burger Sunday” of 2016, and we chose the #1 rated burger in North Virginia. And, yes… It was AMAZING. Let the food coma begin in 3… 2… 1… 💤
Mid-afternoon French press.
The plan is to bookend this 365 project with selfies. Though it’s highly unlikely you’ll see another selfie before pic 365, I won’t make any promises. Why a 365 project? I hope that with this, and some other projects, I can rejuvenate my hobby and passion again.
This meal is becoming a New Year’s Eve tradition. It’s one of our favorites: New York steaks and roasted red potatoes, all done in one cast iron pan. Easy prep, easy cleanup. Happy New Year!