Project 365 — Getting back on track (part 1)
April 13, 2010 by Stasha Boyd
Good lordy, lordy, y’all!! I am behind and remiss! The trouble isn’t that I’ve stopped participating in Project 365. Heavens no! It’s that I haven’t been importing, editing, uploading, and then re-uploading my 365 photos here along with my standard long-winded and wordy descriptions of deep meaning and observation that I’m usually want to do.
So to hell with that! I’m getting back on track and here’s my plan. I’m going to share some (not all) of the photos here to get us caught up. The days I skip I either didn’t get a picture or I didn’t a picture I like enough to be bothered with here. If I’m inspired, I might add a caption. If not, what you see is what it is!
So without further ado, more of 365:
From any angle, he's hot!
67-365_All That's Left -- Granddaddy was a house painter. At this point all his belongings are gone from the house. All that is left are these old cans of paint in the barn.
67-365_The Nut House -- This is where he (Granddaddy) spent much of his time. Doesn't look like much does it? But the name is apt.
72-365_Dinner Party -- Dinner parties are about the mix of people... and at the end of the night, the plates and the glasses should be empty!
74-365_Lil' Grandma's Lillys -- My great-grandmother, like my grandparents, lived next door. She planted these about 30 years ago and now they simply bloom every season and remind me of her.
77-365_A couple on the beach w dog -- Near St. Augustine; Ahh.. life is good!
78-365_couple on the beach with horses -- Marineland, Florida; seriously, doesn't this look like heaven?
78-365_couple on the beach with horses -- the original in color. Still looks like heaven to me!
79-365_Washington Oaks -- This is a Florida State Park. It was raining and overcast, where this shot was taken is literally steps from the intercostal waterway.
80365_Coquina outcropping -- on a beach near St. Augustine, these coquina outcroppings litter the beach. It is pretty much the same stone they built San Castillo fort out of in the 1500s. There's a lot more variety in Florida than most people realize.
81-365_conquina quarry ruin -- also coquina, this ruin is found near the the Amphitheatre. Not really sure what it was for, but it was like finding the lost ark when Mike and I stumbled upon it.
82-365_A Flagler Lion -- this terracotta sculpture flanks the gates of Flagler college (formerly Flagler hotel) in St. Augustine.
83-365_The Road Home -- me, driving the big ol' Dutch Star motor home!! A serious road machine!
84-365_The other side of the pond -- This is the pond I photograph all the time, from the opposite side. After our St. Augustine adventure, I was finally getting back to normal!
I’ll add the next twelve tomorrow and that will have me caught up!!
Now, where’s that damn iPhone? I’ve still got to get a shot for today.