Week 44 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Blue

Posted on Nov 25, 2015 in Project 52 | 2 Comments
Week 44 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Blue

It feels good to be catching up on my Project 52 Photography Challenge posts! What is even better is that my sye-guy and I have been able to get out for some good ‘ol outdoor fun. In fact, I took Simon on his first “real” hike on Gunpowders Lost Pond Trail. Week 44 of My […]

The Smuteks Go Camping | Rocky Gap State Park

Posted on Aug 27, 2015 in The Smuteks | 8 Comments
The Smuteks Go Camping | Rocky Gap State Park

Usually, our little family tends to take vacations to the beach. We like the sun, sand and waves and we *really* like hotels with crisp sheets and an excuse to eat out for every meal. These vacations are always fun and we enjoy shuffling from restaurant to activity to restaurant again. This year, however, I […]

Week 33 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: People

Posted on Aug 26, 2015 in Project 52 | 8 Comments
Week 33 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: People

Week 33 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: People It would figure that the week my Project 52 Photography Challenge assignment is “People”, would be the week that we were camping. This year, our family took our first “real” camping trip. We went to one of my favorite camping spots as a kid, and we […]

Week 32 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Green

Posted on Aug 24, 2015 in Project 52 | 7 Comments
Week 32 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Green

Week 32 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Green Well, I have a confession to make: For week 32 of my Project 52 Photography Challenge theme of “Green”, I actually didn’t get a chance to take the image in week 32. We were preparing for our family’s first real camping trip, and between trying to […]

Week 30 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Vision

Posted on Aug 3, 2015 in Project 52 | 4 Comments
Week 30 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Vision

Week 30 of My Project 52 Photography Challenge: Vision You know, when I started this¬†Project 52 Photography Challenge, I promised myself that I would only occasionally use Simon as the inspiration for the assigned themes. I wanted to use this project to help me draw inspiration from everyday events & places. As it turns out, […]