Saturday, January 29, 2011

Random pictures from this week

I was looking through my photos, gathering the ones I'd need to complete this week's 365 collage and I noticed a bunch of other photos from this week that I never shared - so I thought I'd put them together here is one big random photo post.

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Beth - typing up her science report

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Josiah - tired and throwing a fit at the front door

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Trying something new - inspired by Lynda

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Chatting with my little man

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Listening to the sounds of the neighborhood.
he heard the landscapers and freaked out!needs a little Mommy help
He heard the landscapers at the end of the street start their blowers and momentarily freaked out. Nothing a Mommy hug can't fix!
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Talking to his reflection in Daddy's work truck
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This week our iPod Touch got thrown into the bath - thankfully after a couple days sitting in some rice it started working again, not 100% but at least it's not totally broken.

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Some random pictures of my adorable little man. I was so happy he was willing to sit still long enough to catch him in this pretty light!

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I've been making this all week! So healthy and delicious. Here is the recipe.

The photo viewer on my computer (windows media gallery) has a glitch (it shows them all in B&W and slightly scrunched) was wondering, what do you use to view your photos/choose which ones to delete?

5 comments:

  1. Adorable pictures! I love the spinning idea, but can't seem to keep my subject in focus. Any ideas? I read what Lynda had to say, but I'm still a little clueless.

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  2. Great pics! Looks like a fun week!

    I use Picasa to view pictures. It is a free download from Google.

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  3. Great Pictures!! I especially love the spinning picture :) I will have to try that someday.... and your avocado tomato goodness looks delish! you will have to share what's in it!! :)

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  4. Andie - it's HARD. I tried it again using my tripod as a monopod outstretched in front of me and it was a little better. Holding the camera in one hand and monopod in the other would give even more stability.

    Of course, this shot would be a LOT more stable if you go to the playground and get on a merry-go-round type of apparatus. ;)

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