Photo Challenge – Week One.

As I mentioned before, I downloaded Andrea‘s ebook: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Growing as a Photographer. It’s a collection of photo challengesThe first challenge is a month-long challenge giving no direction to your subjects. The challenge focuses on process over finished product, and is designed to just get you to shoot every day. Or just shoot more. I would be lying if I said I took pictures every day last week, but I did manage to take more than I usually would. Here are a few of the ones that I thought turned out okay.

Oh, and in the interest of full disclosure, one or two of these were on my memory card from before I started the challenge!

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Thea.
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Dippy the Diplodocus 
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I definitely didn’t tell him to do this.
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Four-fifths of Ginger in the snow.
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My family on a walk in Highland Park.
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Eddie amused himself on the walk by stomping on the melting snow.
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And methodically poking holes in all the snow piles with a stick.
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Eddie gazing out over the “ocean”
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One of Eddie’s “scenes.” He likes to arrange his toys and books into little landscapes. Here, his National Geographic Book of Animals, and a Consumer Reports magazine is the background, and he’s arranged an assortment of his cars, trains, and a fork into a little stage. 
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Potty time. 
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That face. OMG. Matt drinks a hard cider in the background.
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