Sunday, April 1, 2012

Project 365 :: Week 4

Day 22 - March 25, 2012
Day 22 :: March 25, 2012
Still playing around with aperture.  One of the beaches that we went to was dotted with huge boulders that perfect holes drilled through them.  This was one of them.  I'm pretty sure other beach combers were raising their eyebrows as I was trying to get this shot.

Day 23 - March 26, 2012
Day 23 :: March 26, 2012
I love finding fairy doors!  Even though I know fairies don't exist, I still love seeing them (they're such random finds!) and think there is something magical about them.

Day 24 - March 27, 2012
Day 24 :: March 27, 2012
Trying to figure out how to capture colours in their true form.

Day 25 - March 28, 2012
Day 25 :: March 28, 2012
A yarn bombing in my neighbourhood!!
Taken with my iPhone and using an app to apply a filter to the photo.

Day 26 - March 29, 2012
Day 26 :: March 29, 2012
The Munchkin in black and white.  Watching the rain fall.

Day 27 - March 30, 2012
Day 27 :: March 30, 2012
Knit night.
What happens when two humongous bins completely full of free yarn is placed in front of a group of knitters.

Day 28 - March 31, 2012
Day 28 :: March 31, 2012
The week started at the beach and now ends at the beach.  Like I said, it's the Munchkin's most favourite place to be.  I promise my weekly photos won't turn into a post of nothing but rock pictures!


  1. Lovely photos! I think I am going to start taking part in Ramblins & Photo's Scavenger Hunt Sunday again so I can start using my camera more.

    1. Thanks Kat!! I think you should definitely take part in that...I'm thinking of doing something similar, just to get ideas of things to photograph....Some days I just don't want to think about it!

  2. those are beautiful photos! we should check out the beach more often... is it all dallas rd? i clearly need to be coming to your knit nights if you're bringing bins of yarn! hahaha. xo

    1. Thanks Rebecca! Normally we're hanging around the Dallas Rd beaches, but the top photo is from Mount Doug. The tide was so far out that we were able to see so much more.

      I wish there were bins of free yarn at every knit night! I wasn't the one that brought the yarn, one of the knitters who used to own her own dye company brought in the last of her stock and other odds and ends. She also had some "tangled twins"...I kinda wish I had scored one of those cause it would've been fun to try to detangle those

  3. Do you happen to know the sweater that is pictured in your knit night photo? Love it....

    1. Hi Natalie!

      Sadly, I don't know what that pattern is. :( My friend Kairee had knit it and since she doesn't have internet at home she really doesn't keep her Ravelry page up to date. I do know that the yarn is Cascade Eco wool. Sorry!


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