Monday, July 4, 2011

Monday Rewind

I know I've been taking too many pictures lately because during church on Sunday I looked at SnapDragon and thought--he looks underexposed, I should bump my ISO.  True story.  I quickly turned my attention back to the sermon, I promise.   But that means I have lots of photos I love that no one has seen and Chic Homeschool Mama's blog hop, Monday Rewind, is the perfect place to share them.  These are all from the last 7 9 days in no particular order.
Hay Ride at Last Sunday's Tractor Pull

Ducks at the Park; Wish the Ducks were more in focus, but love all the sparkly water!

Only one of my many pictures of the Falls.  My 50mm was my widest lens.
A "Blue" picture that didn't make the cut.

As each child removed their hat, Dad put them on while watching the tractor pull.
Another attempt at Red, White, and Blue.  She is always running somewhere, and I love it.
More hay ride.  It was extremely bumpy!  Love my camera!
Last good photo of Sunflower for now.  Bench curved, she went straight.  Scratched up chin.
Handed my camera over to the egg tour lady.  I must be in some pictures.
Happy Fourth of July from my family to yours!


Ashley Sisk said...

Really great moments in this post - I love the waterfall and your blue shot that didn't make the cut.

Chic Homeschool Mama said...

What a spectacular time- you always have the best adventures to share! Love the captures & that you linked up to share them with me!

Anonymous said...

wow, wow, wow! Great shots. Love that waterfalls shot.

The Shades of Pink said...

What beautiful photos and GREAT memories! The falls shot is wonderful, but I also really love the ducks! The splash you captured is awesome.

Point & Shoot said...

great shots! My fave is the shot of the waterfall.

Courtney said...

These are fantastic! Your story about thinking of exposure during your church sermon totally sounds like how my brain works. Crazy, isn't it?! Too funny. Wonderful memories you captured!

Scott said...

Very nice series of photos.

Teachinfourth said...

Isn't it amazing just how one's mind can wander in the most unlikely of places?