365 Photography Challenge: Week Two

Welcome again to the 365 Photography Challenge! Don`t forget to check out Amalia`s, Amy`s, and Bethany`s posts. Here are the photos from this week.

Day 1: Our mower, I thought t brand was rather interesting considering it was indeed sitting among tall grass.
Day 1: Our mower, I thought theย brand was rather interesting considering it was indeed sitting among tall grass.
Day 2: Hearts from our parents anniversary gift.
Day 2: Hearts from our parents anniversary gift.
Ever read 'Loss of Breathe' by Edgar Allen Poe. There may be a reason you might not have heard of it, perhaps the word interesting is the best way to describe it.
Day 3: Ever read ‘Loss of Breath’ by Edgar Allen Poe? There may be a reason you might not have heard of it, perhaps the word ‘interesting’ is the best way to describe it.
Day 4: Pretty colors I think.
Day 4: Pretty colors I think.
Day 5: We got some new tea this week. It is such a lovely mix, don`t you think?
Day 5: We got some new tea this week. It is such a lovely mix, don`t you think?
Day 6: He is the happiest dog I have ever seen!
Day 6: He is the happiest dog I have ever seen!
Day 7: How unique, on a bottle cap.
Day 7: How unique, on a bottle cap.

Happy snapping!

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Amalia says:

    Sarah–the Edgar Allen Poe book. I’ve never read it! But I love Edgar Allen Poe, and I just found a volume of his complete stories + poems (it’s huge!), and i can’t wait to read it, as soon as I’m done with my other books. ๐Ÿ™‚ Have you ever read ‘The Pit and The Pendulum’ by E.A.Poe? It’s my favorite, of all the ones I’ve read of his so far.

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    1. Sarah says:

      That story is from his complete works! I wonder if we have the same copy? A raven on the front? It is such a joy to find someone else who loves his works, he is very peculiar but so genius. I have not gotten to ‘The Pit And the Pendulum’ yet, but I have heard much about it. I believe my favorite is ‘The Tell-tale Heart’ it is such an amazing tale, even though it`s hard to imagine the sort of person who could understand such things. Ah, I had no idea you enjoyed his stories! We will have to talk more of this sometime. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      1. Amalia says:

        Yes, I believe so! Black and yellow/gold dust cover? Thick? (Well, it’s the complete works, so. . .) He’s a little nuts, and a little brilliant-I agree! His work is amazing. Ooh! Tell me when you do! I’d love to know what you think. I think I’ve read that one? I’m going to have to go back and read it again now if I have though, for I don’t remember it well. Yes, we will! Compare books. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      2. Sarah says:

        Sounds like it! Very, very thick indeed. ๐Ÿ˜‰ You know, now that you mention it I might just skip ahead and read ‘The Pit and the Pendulum’, why read them in order anyhow, right? Sounds great to me! I love comparing books.

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  2. Kate Pipher says:

    Sarah, I’m glad you are enjoying the book! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Your pictures are fantastic as well!

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    1. Sarah says:

      I have enjoyed it SO much. It is wonderful

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  3. Amy says:

    Ooh, oooh, I just love these photos, Sarah! I can see you developing as a photographer, before my very eyes! Whose pooch is that? And I love the photo of the Poe book page. Great work, my dear!

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    1. Sarah says:

      Aww, thanks Aunty. You are so good to me.

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