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Tag Archives: photography
As April slides into May, and temperatures climb ever so slowly past frigid, many of us are looking forward to summer with its lazy days around the pool. (By the way, Cody destroyed that pool not too long after those … Continue reading
It’s been fun! But I’m tired. Today is the last day of my 5-day black-and-white photography challenge. And how appropriate that the last day just happens to fall on April Fool’s Day! What have I learned these past five … Continue reading
Day 4 of the 5-day black-and-white challenge! We’re getting near the finish line, folks. Today, I thought it would be fun to take some of my earlier photos and put them into black-and-white, just to see what happens. By the … Continue reading