Like Sand Through An Hourglass, This Is Our 365

April 26, 2010

April 26 2010

It’s no sexy Italian plane, but the rain kept us indoors and off the flight deck. — Pookie

April 27, 2010

April 27 2010

There’s a lot of downtime at the conference I went to today, so I brought the Gopher and spent a few hours taking pictures on the beach. It was cold, windy, and sometimes rainy, so I had the whole beach to myself. It was lovely. — Pookie

April 28, 2010

April 28 2010

It was a slow photography night around here.

April 29, 2010

April 29 2010

CAPS LOSE! CAPS LOSE! CAPS LOSE! Our marbles can run free!

April 30, 2010

April 30 2010

It was a cranky day at work, but shockingly good for Scavenger Hunt 101. I ate lunch at a foreign food restaurant so I got a picture of that, and then later took a picture of a somewhat unusual license plate (even though I took it from far away with the less zoomy of the two p&s cameras I had with me. I hadn’t asked my coworker if it was okay to take a picture of his license plate, and I’m not supposed to take pictures at work, and I was kind of in that “leaving work on Friday” haze, so I just snapped this from halfway across the parking lot and figured it was good enough). –Schn.

May 1, 2010

May 1 2010

Have I mentioned that I love pairing dandelions with the 100mm lens? Because I do. –Schn.

May 2, 2010

May 2 2010

Last summer, Schnookie won a free petunia as a door prize at work. Yesterday, I snagged a free petunia from a community fair at work. Woo-hoo! While Schnookie’s came pre-planted in a hanging basket, mine is unfortunately in a too-small pot. Good thing the darling little pinwheel makes up for that! — Pookie

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2 responses to “Like Sand Through An Hourglass, This Is Our 365

  1. Okay I need to marry your co-worker because that is my favorite kind of car!

  2. Oooh, I’ll try to pry him away from his wife for you, kristin! (I don’t think I’d ever consciously noticed that particular type of car before seeing my coworker’s.)

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