My Year In Pictures: March Week 3

Random is the first word that came to mind tonight as I clicked through this set of seven images.  Appropriate really since I feel like we’re just flying through each day trying to be present at every appointment and commitment while making time for a quick breath and moment to appreciate the world we live in.  If all I can squeeze in is a second to stand still and snap a picture of something random but pretty then I’ll do my best to make that image count. 🙂

Our week started with anxious Finn watching the door to keep track of every person and creature walking down our street.  At least he held still long enough for a portrait.  Monday Ryan and I walked past this sign in a shop window and it sparked a long conversation about what it means to have “freedom of speech”.  Tuesday is a shot of some pretty moss that looks like fern fronds and Wednesday I stopped to pick up a postcard about Washington State for a 1st grade project about the United States.  Thursday all I had time for was aiming my phone up toward the ceiling as I rode an escalator but I liked these pretty butterflies floating overhead.  Friday’s discovery was this cheery box of candy and Saturday night ended at the gym so John and Ryan could swim and I could get a good workout in the cardio room.

Coming soon I’ve got a great set of new photos almost ready to share here from our latest March adventures and if you’d like to follow along in real-time don’t forget I post my daily photos on InstagramTwitter and Facebook. If a once-a-week blog read is more your speed my weekly recaps will continue here along with caption notes containing editing information for each photo.

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20 thoughts on “My Year In Pictures: March Week 3

    1. Thanks, Eric! It was late in the day and I was worried about not finding something to shoot for my daily photo but everything finally came together at the gym. There’s probably a message in that somewhere. 🙂

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    1. I have fun trying new things and apps but regularly return to a few favorites. Snapseed is my go-to for basic editing followed by (in no particular order) VSCO and EyEm when I want a softer look. I like Oggl when I have a subject that works but I want a close-up view and am in the mood for a heavier edit. Polamatic is fun for images that are light and simple and my least favorite is actually Instagram. I post there but rarely use their editing options. A few more to try are photo toaster, pic-tap-go, enlight, big lens, pro camera and stackables.

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  1. I’ll say it again. I have very much enjoyed hanging out with you on Instagram and being treated to your daily posts. And you know that I absolutely adore that picture of Finn! I wish I had your energy for the wonderful weekly recaps on the blog. I am patting myself on the back for blogging monthly at this point.

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