It was fun to have something to think about when taking photos, and not just shoot willy-nilly. I really was forced to think about my composition and look for things that fit a specific subject. it was also fun to pass on a little bit of knowledge to someone else, something I don't get to do being so new myself.
Anyway .... Lines and other things from Nana's.
|she's such a willing model|
|Audrey was modeling so well and Annie wanted to join in. But Annie didn't want to smile.|
|Audrey was pretty adamant about having a group photo. It was overexposed and it's just too hard to get another shot set up. So B&W it is.....|
|There's an old shed on the side of the house that was just begging to be photographed. I am picturing a Bridges of Madison County style picture. Couldn't quite process it right, but I'm content with it.|
|We went for a walk. This was the neighbor's cat. Everybody freaked out at me that I was taking a photo of some other person's house. But the cat was so purr-fect there on the top of the railing.|
|This dog looked so pathetic staring out the window like that. I love the peeling paint around the window.|
|Stairs always make great line photos|
|Our favorite winery|
|This train car was begging to be photographed.|
|Power lines in the open space behind my MIL's house. Makes it feel so rural and desolate.|
|Josh snagged a photo of me and Annie playing with Annie's new toy.|
|Josh showing us how he can juggle. He was trying to catch the ball mid-air and missed.|
The rest of the photos from our trip can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/biochemtine/sets/72157631668954317/with/8044592558/