Not sure that I haven’t posted these images before because my organizational system got messed up.
I believe most of these pictures were taken in Wilson’s Tap.
A few weeks back I had the great pleasure of taking the 6 Month Pictures of Lowell and Leah’s youngest Maddux.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Next week’s Random Wednesday will feature a few pictures from the Gigglin’ Goat fire.
The 1st 7 days of the 365 Day Photo Challenge went fairly smoothly:
These are the themes for the next 7 days:
Day 8: Writing
Day 9: 8 o’clock
Day 10: Fruit
Day 11: Faceless Portrait
Day 12: Ring
Day 13: Purple
Day 14: Spoon
The remainder of the Nature’s Amen – 2012 Series:
Next week’s Personal Photo Project will be either lilies or sunflowers or hibiscus, depends on what I can get to for photo editing purposes.
As Boone’s premiere hollyhock gardener I felt that I better take more photos of my hollyhocks this year than last year. The week’s Personal Photo Project reflects that commitment.
More from the Nature’s Amen – 2012 Series:
More hollyhocks tomorrow!
I might have said last week that this random Wednesday collection was going to feature Maddux. Next week’s collection will feature Maddux.
A couple weeks ago I had the great pleasure of helping chaperone the youth group from my church on a mission trip to Minneapolis.
As you have undoubtedly heard, my point and shoot went kaput on this trip, so I didn’t get as many photos as I wanted. However, with the pictures I had taken and pictures contributed by Sarah and Maddie I was able to put together this video of the trip to show during the church service on Sunday.
Of course, if you subscribe to this blog via email or RSS feed, you will have to go to the website to watch it.
One note on the video. I do think it ended up being the perfect song for the video and I really struggled with the song until I ultimately settled on this acoustic version of Live Like That by The Street Prophets.
I think this song and this version of the song worked perfectly for the video. I played with the original radio release, but I decided it was too hard of a song for our congregation. But I found an acoustic version of it on YouTube performed by The Street Prophets for KLove radio.
While searching for the perfect song I listened a lot of the Matt Maher station on Pandora while walking Naima.
Originally, I was going to go with Matt Maher’s Hold Us Together.
Then I changed to Brandon Heath’s Give Me Your Eyes.
Then I changed to Jason Gray’s Remind Me Who I Am.
Then I changed back to Matt Maher’s Hold Us Together.
But once I found the acoustic version of Live Like That, the choice was obvious, even though I love all those other songs.
Even though, you’ll see these pictures in the video, here are some of my favorite pictures from the trip:
It was an amazing trip and I hope I asked back for next year’s mission trip.