Monday, April 30, 2012

Check out my hood...

The Kenny 365 (days) photo project is quickly approaching full circle.  And I think it will be continuing for another year.  You should start one in your neighborhood!  It is a fun way to document life in your neck of the woods.  Every neighborhood photographer catches different perspectives of the place they live in.  And all seasons.  These are my last 9 weekly entries.  And I think it might be my favorite batch.  The first one is last week's Doorstep Dog.  I see him watching the world go by all the time.

Goose JE13.  I caught him with some weed in his mouth.  Call the cops!

These are my orchids.  It was a dark and rainy day so I decided to highlight my beautiful bounty. FYI.  There are 22 blooms between 2 plants right now.  And 5 more buds yet to open.  

The tree trimmers attacked our street on this week.

 I finally photographed some people.

A colorful find.  

Shadows.

Power.

Wind power!

8 comments:

The Chair Speaks said...

We love all the pictures here!

Nancy said...

Such a variety of themes and photos. Love it! Thank you Sharon. :)

Linda Hensley said...

Thanks for making me laugh at your people photo :D I especially like the shadows shot too, and can totally relate to what you said about things that go bump in the night in your last post. Keep up the great work!

Maria Gagliano said...

Hahhaaha...awesome pictures. You are funny. Thanks for playing along.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

What a perfect idea to have some fun!
We loved the photos!
love
tweedles

Au and Target said...

What a fun idea! Wouldn't work for us as we live on the equator... we have hot and humid and hot and humid and hot and humid :-)

The Retired One said...

Very cool project. I am taking a photography class right now. Our first two assignments were challenging and it seems fun to be assigned a subject as it stretches my skills....now I know how everyone feels when I assign them a theme for my free photo contests! Touche! LOL

Serline said...

What a great find! The shadow is great. I love it!