I've spent a lot of time on the couch over the past couple of weeks, and even more so since I've gotten home. Sarah lent me her seasons of NCIS on DVD, so I have been watching those. Abby is by far my favorite character.
I've played with shots like this before. I like the effect of the dappled lighting on Dyna's fur. The colors aren't super bright, but the light makes her coat look all different shades of orange.
Some of you may have noticed that I have not been particularly punctual in my blogging over the last month or two. Lets just say that I am committed to taking "AHorseADay" literally, no matter how hard it might be sometimes to blog about something new every single day. Any suggestions, folks?
A fun photo of Thunder (left) and Dyna (right) at the feed bin. Nom Nom Nom!
In my drawing class we viewed a video about the artwork of Jim Dine. More specifically, the video was about a show he did that was all drawings done directly on the walls of a gallery in Europe. It got me thinking on what it would be like to do a wall-sized composite of photos.
I like how grimy the composition is, because even though it's very dirty looking, the lines within the photo are somewhat graceful.
As part of my spring cleaning adventure I spent some time in the attic organizing boxes and getting rid of old stuff (like empty binders from 7th grade) that I won't ever need again. I can't decide whether or not I would have rather had a basement. Getting up and down the attic ladder is no easy feat when carrying pounds of old school papers.
In recognition of all the old memorabilia I have encountered this past week, I decided to post this photo. It is one of the first "photos" I took (as in composed in frame and took on purpose). I also spent a lot of time experimenting with photo editing software, although this is the unedited version of the photo.