Project 365 — Getting back on track (part 2)
April 15, 2010 by Stasha Boyd
As promised (a day late) I’m catching up the rest of the Project 365 photos so with this, I should be back on track. I just kills me though, … I so love writing but again, this time, with the exception of a few little captions, the pics must speak for themselves.
Also, and this is key, thank you for bearing with me while I fight the urge to give up, not wanting to subject people to a strange version of “sharing out my vacation slides.” I am thoroughly and sincerely grateful to you all.
85-365_Pops in the Park -- The Orlando Philharmonic, Lake Apopka, lawn chairs, wine, friends, music, sunsets. What more is there?
86-365_Azaleas -- Spring in the south means Azaleas. We planted these in October and will get to enjoy the blooms for about 2 weeks.
87-365_Rain Chains -- Rain chains are used in some Japanese architecture in lieu of gutters. This one is on the front porch of my 1927 Spanish Eclectic house. Gorgeous when it rains though.
88-365_The Pond, Again -- This is my usual pond I pass on my usual bike ride. But it's starting to change with Spring.
90-365_Another night on (a different) town --
92-365_My Rock God -- Mike and the uber sexy, uber talented leader of Blond Ambition.
94-365_Bottlebrush -- It's that time of year, EVERYTHING is blooming!
97-365_Kait-Lyn opening -- The gal who owns my favorite wine bar opened this shop across the street. I should just give her my damn credit card.
98-365_Tabubia -- We transplanted this tree, which is very large, when we re-landscaped the yard. We thought the poor thing didn't survive until these tiny blooms showed up one day. Yippeee!
99-365_The Real Deal Diva -- A friend of mine is entering a cooking show contest and wanted to borrow my kitchen for the shoot. Pay attention y'all -- this is the next Food Network star.
102-365_Tabudia in full -- this is what a healthy Tabubia looks like in full bloom, which it only does for a few weeks once a year. Also, this photo? No editing. None. Nada. Niente. This was what the camera saw.
100-365_Primordial Soup -- Also on my biking trail is the Oakland Nature Preserve. If you take the trail through the hardwood hammock you eventually come to a mile long boardwalk that takes you to Lake Apopka. This is what is below the boardwalk.
101-365_Kermit's Kar -- Believe it or not, my sensei's real name is Kermit. Also, this is the engine of his car. He added the lights, mirrors, etc. It's called a Bumble V, whatever that is.
103-365_The Sensei and his Student -- me and Kermit. If I'm ever in a fight, this is the guy I want with me. The man is a bona fide bad ass.