Rolling Along With 365

April 19, 2010

April 19 2010

The dogwood has fewer and fewer blossoms and leaves every year.

April 20, 2010

April 20 2010

Wandering around the yard, looking for things that are pink.

April 21, 2010

April 21 2010

When you get a Gerbera daisy, you really don’t have a choice but to take a cliched macro shot of it, right? Well, it was Administrative Professionals Day, so Schnookie (who thinks A.P. Day is the dumbest thing ever) was showered with flowers, including this little daisy. We also got our new camera Svinsvu (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) in the mail, along with a new lens (!!!!!!!) but this picture wasn’t taken with either one. And that’s our story.

April 22, 2010

April 22 2010

Across the street on my walk to work, the geese were lurking in the mist. –Schn.

April 23, 2010

April 23 2010

Augustus seemed like the perfect subject for the first go-round with the new camera. Augustus, meet Svinsvu. Svinsvu, meet Augustus!

April 24, 2010

April 24 2010

I took Svinsvu, the new 50D, out on a tour of the yard. — Pookie

April 25, 2010

April 25 2010

I wanted to see how the 50mm performs with the new camera, so I wandered around snapping anything and everything. — Pookie


Filed under Project 365

4 responses to “Rolling Along With 365

  1. Those geese look very ominous.

  2. Mags

    The geese are indeed very ominous looking.

  3. Schnookie

    Yeah, those are NOT the kind of goose you give a honk for.

  4. Douglas

    We are sorry about your dogwood tree. Does it suffer from the blight that has decimated the dogwood tree population? Lovely photos, by the way. We are especially impressed by the geese one.

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