After reading Rebekah’s post the other day, I was like, “Ooh, I want to do that!” So I did. 🙂 I went for a walk around our farm with Maggie and took looots of pictures. Thankfully none of our barns are falling down or anything, but some of them do look beautifully old and worn.
This is somewhat of an experimental post. I don’t usually do B&W (black and white) or architecture photography, but today I’m doing both! Let’s see how the experiment turned out…
I think the experiment was a success! At least it was fun to conduct. 🙂
Do you like B&W or architecture photography? What is your favorite thing to photograph?
P. S. Thank you guys sooo much for entering my giveaway and taking my survey! I enjoyed reading your suggestions and opinions. I’m going to do a post soon that Clara suggested in the survey!
I had so many random, homeless photos I had to divide them into two posts! I’m going to do two sections today: pet photos and completely random photos.
Let’s do the completely random photos first. 🙂
Really, Allison? You took a picture of your ice cream cone? Yeah but it looks so pretty! XD
Here’s a (super hard) mystery photo for you. Guess what it is in the comments, and I’ll tell you if you were right or not. (Hint: this substance is not in its natural state. I modified it before taking the picture.)
One warm day I took pictures of the hose. XD
I also took a bunch of photos of one of my aunt’s old sheds. I was going to enter it in BIBPC, but I ended up entering a baby bunny photo. 🙂
And now for a few pet pictures. YESSS!
And that wasn’t even half of the random photography. Oops.
What photo(s) did you like the best?
P. S. Speaking of pets… we sold all our baby bunnies. *SNIFF!* It’s so sad, but thankfully we sold them all to very good, loving homes. We sold two of them (Lilac and Hank) to my aunt’s family, and the three others (Blackberry, Higgledy Piggledy, and Drover) to a lady who owns a petting zoo. Drover (renamed Pearl) already got to be in the petting zoo, and everyone loved her because she was soooo friendly! That’s our baby bunny. XD ♥ So now we are baby bunny-less. 😦 Oh well, I suppose we’ll just have to do it again!
Let me introduce you to some little mandalas I made. They are very similar to the mandalas Michele made right here, but without the game part. It’s a fun challenge to make a mandala with only one material. You can just sit down somewhere and make one using whatever you have around you – grass, bark, leaves, stones, whatever!
The one below is made only with pieces of wood and mulch.
And for this one I just sat down on the sidewalk and used whatever I could reach. You could also collect things from a nature walk and make these.
So how about giving it a go? If you make any, I’d love to see pictures of them!
We have a lot of unpainted wood in our house, and sometimes the grain of the wood makes a pattern or a picture. I took photos of some of the best “hidden pictures” for you to see. The first one is one we’ve known about for a while.
Can you find a happy piggy in this wood?
The next one can look like two things: an owl, or a cross-eyed pelican. See if you can find both.
I saved the best for last. This one has lots of detail. Can you find a bird that looks kind of like a female peacock in this picture? Once you see it, it’s hard to look the picture and not see it.
Did you find them all? If you haven’t there are answers below.