Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside, a MacBook 5,1

This post serves a few different purposes, like Day 239 of my Project 365, but once in a while I like to get something up there for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, and since this week's theme was inside, I thought this would make a great shot. I don't spend all of my days inside…

Update on Photo Project 365 From June 2012 :: P365.me

It's the first part of July and I finally got around to updating my June Project 365 Photos (read about my Project 365 here). I am up to day 215, as of June 30th, which makes me 58.74% of the way through this project. Sometimes it feels like I'm taking the same photo every day,…

Update on Photo Project 365 From May 2012 :: P365.me

May is over and June is here. Hard to believe. I'm still working on my Project 365 for 2012, and so far, I haven't missed a single day since November 29th (the day I started because that's when my year starts). I am constantly amazed by this project. I have wanted to complete it for…

Project 365 [Day 170] Retreating into the Safety of Our Shell

I captured this big guy crossing the road over by our house on the way home from work yesterday, and while he was sitting in my truck I took this shot with my iPhone. My intentions were to keep him from getting run over by picking him up, putting him in the trunk, and bringing…

Project 365 [Day 158] Tree Swing on the Farm at Sunset

This is one of my favorite places in our backyard, and of course if you have been around this site for a while you will recognize the tree swing, but I keep finding unique ways to shoot it. I'm working on getting all the photos on my site of this swing to be searchable through…

A Night of Communion, Prayer, Meditation, and Confession :: Photos

Last night was the Cornerstone Church Maundy Thursday gathering, a time spent in prayer, communion, Christian meditation, and confession. This night was much different than last year, in many ways much more simple. This year a big part of looking forward to tonight, Good Friday, was to look at our own sin, and practice confession…