One Color, Laundry, Empty, One Dozen and Soft. - Some of these I thought were going to be hard but they actually came pretty easy once I started taking photo's.
Up first for One Color: Took this one during breakfast this morning after a lightbulb went off in my head about how my breakfast was, One Color.
Next up: Laundry. - At first I thought who wants to see a pile of dirty laundry, we have a lot of that around our house on any given day. We don't have a close-line for cool outdoor shots of clothes blowing in the breeze so I wondered just what I could get to capture laundry to make it interesting. Low and behold the problem was solved when I spotted this in the living room one morning:
Doesn't Captain Cuddles look content perched on top of the clean towels that hubby had folded the night before. He slept there most of the morning too before I decided to put the towels away.
Moving right along let's see what I decided upon for the prompt of, Empty.
I had thought about a shot of my empty coffee cup or the bag of BBQ potato chips that I couldn't stop munching on while watching TV but ended up with something totally different. I had started out on a drive to go photograph some Geese and as I started to drive past our city park I had another "light-bulb" moment and quickly pulled into the park. This shot is also being entered in Shadow Shot Sunday2 . This will be my first time participating there.
Next up: One Dozen. Again I thought, who wants to see a picture of a Dozen Eggs in a carton (not very original) well at least not to me. I really got lucky when I took this photo. I was trying to get a picture of a bunch of black ravens in the trees behind our house but they flew about the time I snapped the picture. As "luck" would have it I just happened to be able to capture 1 Dozen Ravens flying in this picture. Okay I'll, "fess-up" and admit that I did crop out a few of the birds in the photo and I'm not counting the ones sitting in the trees. If you look closely in the upper left of the photo there are 2 birds flying together so you have to count them as more then just one bird.
We were suppose to meet her Christmas morning but her mom wasn't feeling well so sadly we had to wait but it was worth it. She is just so precious and yes, she's:
Soft! - See how I worked that last prompt in!
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