As promised, here is my very first photo challenge/ contest! I am super excited about it, and I hope you are, too! :D
As you may know, I am currently taking a photography class online with the amazing Lisa Wiltse. I encourage you to go check out her stuff, it's awesome!
And every I will have an assignment to do, and I want you to do… Continue
So last night I posted about my awesome Saturday and our super secret surprise Saturday outing.
The hubs took us all on a surprise jaunt to a place I have been dying to visit since we moved here.
He knows how much I love surprises, so it was a wonderful trip all around!
And I posted this last night, but it was very late so many of you probably didn't see it, so I want to post it again and give you all another chance to enter my mini… Continue
Even though it is technically Sunday here, I am still thrilled by the awesome Saturday we had!
First of all, I noticed that I have been officially followed by 100 people as of today! :D (yesterday- I'm still up so I'm still counting this as Saturday :))
And how appropriate- because today was my 1 month blog-iversary! I am truly honored and appreciate so much my awesome visitors, readers, and followers. You guys… Continue
So if any of you noticed, I added a few new sections to my site:
My Kick it List
Blogs I stalk
Pix I Take
Stuff I Make/ CraftCult/ Etsy buttons
Facebook Fan Page
I am happy to announce that I will be offering a series of free actions for Adobe Photoshop, starting with Poetic, a set of creative black and white actions. The actions have been tested in Photoshop CS2 and higher. You are welcome to try them in earlier versions of PS, or PSE, but I’m not sure if they will work! …
As part of the Gratitude Challenge, I was technically supposed to post this picture to my social network on Day 7, (I'm way past that!) but the important thing is that I've gotten it out here now, right? I took this photograph during our amazing family vacation to Hawaii three years ago. It inspires gratitude in me on several levels.
For starters, all my life I've wanted to see… Continue
Added by Holly Bowne on November 25, 2009 at 3:03pm —
While it seems to have worked and the old blog is still there, followers don't show up on the old. And I cannot get google stats to work so far. I think it's still recoding traffic to old name, and not sure how to switch analytics to new domain. Guess I will figure it out. Latest post all about what aperture/F-stops are and the effect it has on your photos. www.ChasingPicturePerfection.com…
I found the option to make a photo mosaic on the Walmart Photo Centre site. Check out how easy (and cool) it is! I decided to make a mosaic for the kids dad for Father's day of our sweet dog that we just had to euthanize...
Such an amazing weekend where I discovered that you can't be sad when you are skipping or jumping into a pool. See? We spent the weekend lolling by the pool, floating around, occasionally attempting some Buddha dives, chatting with quality friends, eating amazing food, etc...what more could a girl ask for?… Continue
Added by Ellen on June 13, 2009 at 1:00pm —
I'm feeling so guilty about leaving my daughter for 7 days while I head off to a vacation destination with 100 business associates. But, sometimes we can all use a break too, even if it is work. And it's Malta. I'll have some down time which I hope to to use to take lots of vacation-style photos to use for upcoming blog posts. Thank goodness for email, text and cell phones, though. I'll be able to keep in close touch with her all week.
I adore this idea. Show off your favorite photos and add a personalized message to your wall! I'm planning to get an 8 x 10 Frame Frames™ Wall Stories for our home. I'll put our most recent family portrait and it'll simply say…
Getting teens to open up is one of the most important tasks of parenting a teenager. It is also one of the most challenging parts of parenthood. If your teen rolls her eyes, walks away angrily, or retreats to his bedroom when you try to talk to him or her, you are not alone. Many parents…
Most parents find that training their non-disabled children for life's activities is challenging enough. However, parents of physically challenged children have to be especially creative to make sure that their young people learn the daily life skills that they need to be self-sufficient. Occupational…