Saturday, 11 February 2012

Photo 365+1

Alright, I'll admit it. I have a little bit of catching up to do before I can show you this week's collection of 365+1 photos. My attention has wandered. But we have been busy and I have remembered to add a Photoshop app to my phone. I even (very) nearly signed up to Instagram. So I'm still thinking about taking more pictures.

Like these ones:



25th. Should be still, but I swapped it with motion when I took this picture of Little E and his windmill.
26th. Free Choice. Little E in his brand new glasses. He looks cuter than ever (and he's being a very good boy about keeping them on).
27th. Amazing. Time for The (Not So) Small One to set off on the long awaited schooltrip.
28th. Fluffy. Feeling rebellious, I went for a rat. Or maybe he's one of the three blind mice.


29th. Kitchen Utensil. Sent from a friend in the States for Christmas. I wish I hadn't taken the beautiful big red bow off before I decided I was going to take a picture.
30th. Collection. A shelf of old shirts, just waiting to be reused in a new project. The day after I took this, The Accountant had a clear out and I added three more to the pile.
31st. Wheels. Shopping trolleys. The worst wheels in the world.
1st Feb. Accessory. Back from Paris, with the latest Third Form must-have.

Again, thanks to Suzie for the prompts. That's eight more little stories I have to tell..

37 comments:

  1. Have to smile as when D came back from Paris this time last year they all had the requisite grey hoodie. The only difference was that D got the French version so was teacher's pet for sure :0)
    She looks like she had a great time. Growing up!

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  2. Looks great! You know, you don't have to sign up to Instagram and use it as a social network, you can set it so that you can just use it as a camera with filters, that's what I do to prevent more time being eaten up by social-network type apps but I really love the filters on Instagram more than Hipstamatic so signed up :)

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  3. Little E is just too cute in his new specs. T(not so)SO looks pretty cute in hers too! I remember that windmill from our Thomas the Tank Engine Brio days. *sigh*

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  4. You are catching up. I love your photos. The new glasses are great

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  5. The (not so) Small One really is not so small any more!! What a great set of photo's...love Little E in his new specs!! :)

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  6. He,he....I was behind too this week. Just taken and edited nearly a weeks worth this morning:) Great ideas for the prompts. Sometimes I have to think it over for a while before settling for my idea.

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  7. Great photos! This was the hardest week for me. I have them, but some days there is only one, and none are off the camera or the phone yet.

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  8. I've awarded you a versatile blogger award

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  9. I love that the shirts are waiting to be 're-used'.

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  10. That cannot possibly be the not so small one - when did she get to be so grown up? Love your take on the prompts, especially like your take on 'fluffy'. {My daughter's puppy still hasn't forgiven me for not using her for that one}

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  11. Great photos Sian. It definitely looks like the Small One is Not-so-Small anymore but turning into a beautiful young lady.

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  12. Love, love, love the Paris tshirt photo. Karen of Random Reflections posted about the camera+ app for the iphone, and it works great.
    Rinda

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  13. Lovely to see all your photos. I love the sound of Instagram- but no iphones or ipads here unfortunately. Love the Paris top!

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  14. Great photos. I love the little mouse!

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  15. Great photos Sian and liking tso choice of school trip souvenir.

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  16. Cool pictures, no matter that they are catch up!

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  17. I like your take on the photographs; such a great collection. Little E looks so smart and your daughter nearly grown up. Sigh, they do that really quickly these days!
    Took your suggestion to heart about doing a series on embroidery starting with my own handiwork. Thank you so much for suggesting it to me. Enjoy the rest of half-term.

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  18. Lovely photos Sian. I can recommend Instagram, it is brilliant, I only use it for the filters too.

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  19. Wonderful ideas and photos. I love those bits of stories.

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  20. Super photos - doesn't he look sweet in those glasses, and she look grown-up in her T-shirt!

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  21. Glad T(not so)SO has arrived home safely..and looks as if she had a fun time!
    Alison xx

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  22. Lovely photos Sian - I didn't think Little E could get any cuter and then he just did!

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  23. Hey, whilst I've posted this week's (including today's) I've not posted the beginning of January. At some point right...

    Glad TNSO is home safe and had a good time. Hmm, wonder if I can convince Wookie to have a clear out of shirts?

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  24. I know how tricky it can be for little ones to keep their glasses on, he looks to be doing a marvellous job indeed!
    I have to agree, one of life's greatest frustrations is the shopping trolley!

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  25. Little E looks very grown up in his glasses. I recently had a wonky wheel incident, I think shopping trolleys are sent to try us.

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  26. More great photos Sian, you certainly have some innovative ones - i.e. the mouse & cheese, for which I am certain there is a great story!

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  27. Little E looks lovely in his glasses!

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  28. super photos. I'm amazed with myself that I'm keeping up. which reminds me that I still have to do one for today.

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  29. Just popping by to let you know I have awarded you the 'Versatile Blogger Award' - hope you like it, details on my blog x

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  30. Great selection of photos -can't wait to see what you're going to do with those shirts!

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  31. Great pics, Sian. How do you like the Photoshop app? I LOVE Instagram - so quick and easy to use. If you do end up adding it please let me know and I'll "follow" you.

    Can't believe how grown up looking your girl is! {Hence the "Not So" added to her title, I suppose!}

    Oh, and one more thing - the shopping carts you show are like the ones they have at IKEA and they drive me crazy! Having all four wheels swivel makes for a wild ride. Our standard carts in the US have front wheels that swivel and the back ones are fixed/roll straight - MUCH easier to steer.

    Ok...I'm done. Peace out! xo

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  32. Nice photos! I need to remember to take some of these everyday kinds of shots, they sure make a nice little collection for future scrapping.

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  33. Had to chuckle at the wheels one - you are most definitely right! Looks like you're doing a good job at keeping up with the pictures.

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  34. I like the nearly matching perspectives of Little E and the stuffie...

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