What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Friday, September 25, 2009

Foto Friday: Capturing the Wind

How did everyone do on last week's Foto Challenge?!

Last week's challenge was CAPTURING the WIND

I must say, I found last week to be very difficult: the wind was either blowing when I wasn't able to get out with my camera or wasn't blowing when I was. I had several ideas that involved help (Matt)--who very last minute went out of town. Before I knew it: it was Thursday with....a whole lotta nada. Thus, I improvised with breathe and drawings. I did get one or two of REAL wind though. One right before the rain and one right after the fog. :-)

Looking forward to everyone's contributions!

And finally~ I *KNOW* I already had a "blowy" picture but the childer-two wanted to get in on the confetti-blowing action and tell me: who can resist such adorable puckered lips?! Certainly not I! Please pardon the redundancies....

Check out the other participants~

In order to participate in these Foto Friday challenges, you must take a photo pertaining to the challenge and post it to your blog (and when you do, please link back to this blog {you may use the button if you like} so that perhaps we can get lots of participants! Because, you know, the more the merrier!) Then simply link to your post with Mr. McLinky here so that we all can visit you and compare notes...

Most importantly~challenge yourself, but HAVE FUN doing it.

This week's Foto Friday Challenge is: BLACK AND WHITE.

After the challenging subject this past week, the Black and White challenge for this week seems like a welcome reprieve. Let me encourage you, though, to push yourself (and your photos) to be exceptional. You ought to do more than just convert any old photo to black and white. Remember to challenge yourself!
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