As of July 1 I began posting my daily photos over at my main blog, A Fresh Perspective.
I found the need to eliminate one blog, and since this one came second, this is the one.
I hope you will choose to join me over at A Fresh Perspective for daily photos, photo challenges,
and some other fun stuff thrown in.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Week 3 Summary

Wow!  It is hard to believe another week has passed already.  And I'm still going strong with my second year of Project 365.  As always, click on the individual links below if you want to find out more about each photo.

16 - My sad, neglected scrapbooking embellishments.  {sigh}
17 - Nick trying to earn some cash by cleaning the windows.
18 - Melting ice on my car's windshield.
19 - Some grassy/weedy stuff Alex and I saw on the way home from preschool on a miserable weather day.
20 - Orchids we bought because the tag says they are easy to care for and I needed some color in my life amidst all this white snow.
21 - A handsome cardinal in the oak tree outside my living room window.
22 - One of the butterflies in my daughter's room.

Hooking up with:

NapTime MomTog Project 365

The Daily Wyatt

Want to play along?  Just link up your week's worth of Project 365 photos!  Can't wait to see what everyone did this week!


Actuary Mom said...

The melting ice is a great picture!! So cool.

Anonymous said...

Great photos. I love 16, 17 & 18, but they are all wonderful. Love your collage. Thanks for linking up.

Colleen said...

The orchids are so pretty. The perfect antidote to all this cold weather.

Brooke said...

What lovely shots! All of them. I have loads of sad, lonely scrapbooking supplies too :( I guess I should be dusting it off though. I am scheduled to do a scrapweekend next weekend and don't even know where to start with getting packed an organized. Yikes!

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Angee said...

Wow, your photos are beautiful. Great job!

Lisa said...

Day 18 is really cool!

The Clip Cafe said...

I love these collages - can i get them for a mac? Your pics look great all together.

Formerly known as Frau said...

Great shots! I love the Cardinal one I have never been able to capture a bird. Stay warm and have a wonderful weekend!

Reading Allowed said...

The cardinal is a great capture but I still love the melting ice shot the best. I can't stop looking at that one.

Sheri said...

Great summary!

Anne U said...

I like the way you captured the sun glistening on the windshield.