109/365: Color on the Walls on Flickr.
1. Because I have two huge assignments do tomorrow and no time to go galavanting around town.
2. Because lately my stream has been dark and moody.
3. Because I don’t want to become predictable.
4. Because I just don’t care.
Glow by P.E.N. on Flickr.
I haven’t shot anything in awhile…nothing since discontinuing my 365 project. Major fail. Felt good to be back behind the camera. :)
This was the largest dandelion I have ever laid eyes on.
Take this Pink Ribbon Off My Eyes by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Musical Inspiration: Just a Girl- No Doubt
“Take this pink ribbon off my eyes
And it’s no big surprise
Don’t you think I know
Exactly where I stand
This world is forcing me
To hold your hand
‘Cause I’m just a girl, little ‘ol me
Don’t let me out of your sight
I’m just a girl, all pretty and petite
So don’t let me have any rights”
Hubba Hubba Bubba by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Today was my first day of work. Filling out that work availbility sheet felt like I was signing away my soul for the summer. Long gone are the days of no responsibility.
Feeling a little nostalgic for the good ‘ole little kid days, I walked into 7-11 today and went straight for the candy. Got myself a ring pop and some hubba bubba.
3 pieces of hubba bubba later, a sore jaw, and countless attempts to blow a decent sized bubble. Tah-da!
No one’s going to burst my bubble now.
Musical Inspiration: It’s My Life- No Doubt
All that Glitters by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Musical Inspiration: Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love- Coldplay
Not even the clouds can keep me down today. I’m floating, flying, soaring.
I am so happy with where my life is taking me. Peacocks make me happy, colors make me happy.
I could even hear the peacocks at Leo Carillo Ranch while I was taking this. :)
Peacocks are deeply symbolic birds. In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed “eyes” on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens. Peacocks continually shed their feathers, symbolizing renewal and new life.
I’ve been through a lot of turmoil this year, but it has made me stronger and smarter. I feel like my life is about to change, in the best way possible.