I've taken to eating Smart Ones frozen dinners, because they're cheap and easy to make. However, I think they have too much pepper on them. Don't get me wrong, I like pepper, but I don't like that much.
It amazes me that authors have the time to infuse their works with all sorts of different themes. For example, Shaw's Pygmalion has all sorts of class and educational thematics. I like reading it as a simple rags to riches story. It hurts my brain less.
I love the angle of this photo. The combination of the legs and the shadows makes it a much more interesting experience for the viewer.
My history class is studying the Civil Rights Movement. I find American culture fascinating.
I like both of these photos because they express the relationship between Mallory and Sicily. The top photo is a photo of Sicily stretching his back. I've only ever seen horses do that a couple times, and I've never caught it on film before now.
I had my first experience with black ice not in a car, but while riding Tweed. We were walking up a hill when all of a sudden we started sliding back down it. Luckily his clydesdale nature ensures that he doesn't get too fussed about things like that, but it was still frightening to be going foreward and then suddenly going backward.
I like the first photo because of how Sicily looks like he's floating in the frame, because you can't see his legs. I like the second photo because of the angle at which the camera is facing the subject matter and the exclusion of the lower part of the subject matter.
"Career proposition for Jessica Duffy: graduate college knowing how to run a business, and start a sport horse photography company. Eventing + pictures. Ding ding ding! Winner!"
When I was at home, I took photos during one of Mallory's Jumping lessons. This doesn't involve any jumping, but I love the composition of the photo. I also like the lighting. Usually I prefer overcast lighting when shooting outside, but in this case I'll allow it.