52 Weeks of Photographs

52 Weeks of Photographs | #35

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February’s Theme: Leap

I still haven’t ventured outside with the camera yet so I had to get creative this month with this theme. So, the angle that I took with this theme “Leap” is taking “the leap”, Marriage and falling in love (with the exception of the last one…I had to throw in a sports photo ❤ )

Here are my submissions for this month.

1.  I LOVE YOU – It takes a huge “leap” of faith to say that you love to someone and once you do, it is as if a part of your heart is now carried around outside your body, held tight by the other person.

I Love You

 

2.  TAKING THE LEAP – The vows that I took, when I married my husband, were made in front of God and our families.

Marriage, Taking the Leap

3.  TAKING THE LEAP…cont…THE RING – The circle was the symbol of eternity, with no beginning or end. The hole in the center of the ring also had significance. It wasn’t just considered a space, but rather a gateway leading to things both known and unknown. To give a woman a ring signifies never-ending love.

The Ring, taking the leap

4. PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE – Taking the “leap” includes times from the past present and the future. ❤

Past, Present and Future

5. Jump Ball – This is my youngest son, in red, starting off the basketball game, “leaping”for the ball.  This is one picture I could find that didn’t have full faces of any of the other kids.

Jump Ball

Hope you enjoyed the pictures this month.  If you would like to see other photos from this challenge please visit PJ’s Blog and the links at the bottom of his page will direct you to the other participants in this challenge.

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January’s Theme: INSIDE

Inside was a good topic for this month.  The weather here in Minnesota just wasn’t conducive to being outside.  A lot of the month of January was spent wrapped up in a blanket, laying on the couch with a hot cup of coffee or tea trying to stay warm. I hope you are all staying warm!  Here are my submissions for this month…

  1. FROST – This was taken one evening from the inside of our storm door on a cold morning.  The frost always makes such beautiful designs on the window and each time they are so different.Frostc
  2. SNOWFLAKES – One of the times I did venture out this last month, I was headed to a doctor’s appointment.  As I pulled into the parking spot it started to snow.  This was taken from the inside of my car looking out onto the edge of the window.snowc
  3. OH NO! MY COFFEE’S GONE! – It’s always a tragedy when the inside of my mug doesn’t have some coffee in it.coffeec
  4. MONSER, THE “OTHER” COFFEE – The little drop on the inside tab is only a small idea of what lies within.Monsterc
  5. MY FAVORITE CANDY – In order to to get inside this wrapper to get to the nummy goodness you have to unwrap it twice?

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Bee_CaptureLifesLittleMomentsHope you enjoyed the pictures this month.  If you would like to see other photos from this challenge please visit PJ’s Blog and the links at the bottom of his page will direct you to the other participants in this challenge.

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52 Weeks of Photographs | #10Spider Having Dinner

Okay, I have to start by saying, I am NOT a spider fan!  This not so little guy decided to take up residence by our garbage cans.  The one night I had my oldest bring out the trash and he came in to tell me that there was this HUGE spider outside.  I thought it was an over reaction… so I went to check it out…. I have NEVER seen a spider so big this close to my home… Oh My!  At first I freaked out, then I grabbed my camera!  I had to get a picture of this monster, right?!?!  With his body and legs I would guess he was the size of a quarter!  Now I am used to the silk spiders…. but these… no thank you!