I first started rethinking this blog when I got my first iPhone in October. Suddenly the whole taking enough pictures to generate content didn’t seem so intimidating- I mean, all of a sudden I was carrying a phone camera that took better pictures than my old camera (and its only job was to be a camera!).
Inspired by this new technology and a photo series by a much better photographer than me (Shutterbean – My Everyday Life), I began taking pictures of all the fun and inspiring things I saw everyday (and of baby animals, of course, but that goes without saying).
I had intended this post to be the first of in a series of “These are the fun and inspiring things I saw this week” posts. But I’ve been sick as hell all week (as in being melted on the couch, drinking nothing besides hot tea sick) and haven’t taken any pictures besides selfies and me and Rascal. So instead I’m putting together some on my favorites from the last few months:
This sign cracked me up. If I wasn’t waiting for the bus I probably would have gotten some.
Cookies my wonderful friend Eva made me.
I miss leaves being this color.
I see faces in everything.
Someone was either bored or is OCD. Either way this made me happy.
Amazing sky on the way home from work.
Mad Mex has the best bathroom reading.
I regret not buying this sweater every time I see this picture.
Sky x 3
Neighborhood exploration: art everywhere.
Don’t these look like spices? I found this table among a row of cubes at work. They’re not spices- each one is actually a soil sample from a different place.
Rascal got a trip to the groomers as part of his Christmas gift. How awesome is this bandana? Also, his head looks way too big for his body in this pic.
Defraction glasses over camera lens =
Clever signs are my favorite! I almost bought some of this just because (also, it was Mancini’s).
Upside of walking through downtown Pittsburgh at 7am everyday: walking past the PPG Christmas tree. I ❤ reflections.
1. My mom has the best Christmas decorations. 2. Yes, lottery tickets are a Christmas tradition. 3. My dad handed me that bottle on Christmas and said, finish this for me please (& it was delicious!).