11 thoughts on “Project Black: Take 8

  1. cardiogirl

    I love your extreme close ups! And are those books with brown paper bags as book covers? That takes me right back to junior high school when I made book covers from … anyone? anyone? … brown paper bags.


    cardiogirl’s last blog post..To mow or not to mow

    Thanks so much. 🙂 They’re not paper book covers. They were part of a craft project at the camp I visited last weekend. But the kids all used their inner junior high schooler when decorating them. 🙂

  2. JC

    Great shot! Yeah… I remember doing that, too… and doodling on them all year…

    JC’s last blog post..PB: the place called home

    I always tried to use as few book covers as possible. It got to the point that the covers were so worn they could hardly be CALLED book covers anymore. 🙂

  3. willow

    I really liked your otter photo! Loved the expression on his face, although as my husband would say, it’s probably just his bone structure :).

    The happy faces made me smile.

    About my puppy photo–yeah, it may have been the cutest puppy I’ve ever seen. Born in paradise, lucky fella- on a ranch, so he could run and run and run with his posse all day long and trot home and sleep under the bouggainvillea in the potted plant.

    willow’s last blog post..Project Black: Take Eight

    Oh that “bone structure” comment cracked me up… in the best way! 🙂 I’m glad you liked the photo. Happy faces always make me smile, too. Thanks for the info about the puppy photo. The life of dogs in general and of that dog in particular. 🙂

  4. robyn

    Hi! Thanks for stopping by! I love the pictures. I was snapping some close ups of our sunflower blossom today. 🙂

    robyn’s last blog post..Me vs the scale

    Thanks so much, Robyn. 🙂 If you post the sunflower shots, let me know. I’d love to see them.

  5. Sandy (Momisodes)

    I love this 🙂 Are those book covers? That really takes me back. I loved decorating mine….a ba-jillion years ago 😉

    Sandy (Momisodes)’s last blog post..I Am Not Qualified

    Thanks, Sandy. Actually, they’re the “covers” of a craft project. But the kids were encouraged to cover them up, and they did. 🙂


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