A Week Behind

Cozyegg Designs 20090329

So, I am a week behind in posting my 365 photos, or maybe two weeks behind? It’s all running together these days. What I’m finding is that some days, it is so easy to find things to photograph and the photos are good. Other days, I’m taking a photo at ten o’clock at night of whatever I can think of just to have it done. Those are often not so good. But I’m learning. And I think that over the past few weeks I’ve definitely taken some good photos. I’m going to keep posting them in this format (one post per week of photos), for now. But, in the future I may change that up a bit. It seems like the photos themselves would be better served in another way. I don’t really have a favorite from the week (March 29th through April 4th), it was a difficult week for photo taking for whatever reason. Just wasn’t feeling it. The photo above is of champagne corks that I’ve saved from some of our special occasions. I’ve put these in my “coming along” French guest bath, that I talked about here.

Cozyegg Designs 20090329 2

On Sunday nights, Eric often makes homemade burgers for dinner. One of the new foods he introduced me to when we got married was fried apples. They are soooo good. Eric made them with our burgers that Sunday night. Fried apples consists of apples, raisins, butter, cinnamon and maybe a little sugar. I’m not sure on the sugar. But they are lovely.

Cozyegg Designs 20090329 3

You may remember the Vespers we made for our little James Bond fest. I have another Cocktail post I need to do…boy, I’m behind! I thought this was kind of a cool photo, although dark, of the Vesper with the hookah in the background.

Cozyegg Designs 20090330

These little pansies were at my Monday night class. My grandma would say “Aren’t their little faces sweet?”. They do remind me a bit of those flowers in Alice in Wonderland. I like the sunlight and shadow on them though.

Cozyegg Designs 20090331 2

And this is William. I bought him when our local museum had an Egyptian exhibit here, with pieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. William is a replica on an Egyptian faience piece that is in their collection. You can see the original here…since mine is a bit blurry (one of these days I’ll figure out that Macro setting). William sits on my desk at work and adds a bit of color to my days.

So those were my photos from, when was this? March 29th through April 4th. I’ll be back soon with more, since I’m way behind on posting them.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *