Clear favourite

Move it. Day 310/365.

Thursday, 29 September 2011, Day 310/365.

Electricity. Day 311/365.

Friday, 30 September 2011, Day 311/365.

Doing this photo a day project means I’m always looking for the next photo opportunity and seeing what’s around me that I can take photos of.

Some days I really like what I’ve chosen as photo of the day and others not so much.

I’ve got a clear favourite from the two above. What’s yours? I wonder if it’s different.

Wordless (wet) Wednesday

Wet Wednesday morning. Day 309/365.

Wednesday, 28 September 2011, Day 309/365.

This is from a week ago as the date above suggests. Tis not much better today (one week later).

This is supposed to be Wordless Wednesday too (oops).

Blue balloons

Blue balloons. Day 308/365.

Tuesday, 27 September 2011, Day 308/365.

Walking through Rundle Mall last Tuesday lots of kids had blue balloons. I wondered where they came from and then I saw these. I think it was a promotion for Rundle Mall.

I also think they were giving away cupcakes. My first thought was free food. My second and final thought was, no, I wouldn’t have one and that thought ruled.

Clouds

Cloudy. Day 307/365.

Monday, 26 September 2011, Day 307/365.

There’s something about clouds that fascinate me.

I look up at them and never get sick of them and wish I could join them sometimes.

The only time I’ve gotten really close was when I skydived in New Zealand and we went through clouds during the freefall. That was scarily spectacular.

Looking back through my photos I can see there is a bit of a cloud theme:

Before the storms rolled in. Day 16/365.

sky

Flying over snow

Sunset over Hardwicke Bay

Wishful thinking

Strawberry and cream sponge cake. Day 305/365.

Saturday, 24 September 2011, Day 305/365.

I don’t think I need to say too much more about this. Sponge cake, fresh whipped cream and strawberries. The sponge could have been a bit spongier but otherwise it was delicious.

Trigs. Day 306/365.

Sunday, 25 September 2011, Day 306/365.

See how blue the sky is here? I’m hoping one week later, ie today, that it is this blue. By the time this is published we will be camping and the weather doesn’t promise to be that good this weekend. Fingers crossed for us, please. Thank you.

Multitasking – boys can do it

Multitasking. Day 304/365.

Friday, 23 September 2011, Day 304/365.

There’s a rumour going around that boys/men can’t multitask. I put it to you that it is men that have spread this rumour so they have a good excuse to get out of doing things requested of them by women.

I’ve seen evidence that males can multitask. I’ve caught out my boyfriend doing just that and he’s sworn me to silence so as not to ruin the myth that men can’t multitask. Sorry I’m breaking my silence.

In other evidence, I’ve seen my son playing his DS with the computer on his lap and the tv on too. This could be related more to his generation having short atttention spans and the like because they’ve so many electronic things to ‘stimulate’ them.

So girls, don’t let them fool you. Our menfolk can multitask when they choose.

Shapes

Lots of straight lines make some curves. Day 303/365.
Thursday, 22 September 2011, Day 303/365.

Remember doing one of these at school? I kind of vaguely do.

There’s probably a proper name for it. I’ve no idea what it is, but I like the effect that the straight lines make.

It was my son’s homework one night and I think he enjoyed doing it.