Auf Wiedersehen; Photography Challenge; Week 52


This is the last week. I asked myself this morning what I would do now since I don’t have an assignment to take a photo every day, and I decided I may just keep up with the habit. That was the point of the whole challenge. Now that we’ve begun such daily doings, let’s not stop our every day snappings.  If you have any suggestions for future photography challenges, please share in the comments below!

Since I have been a bit behind, here are some of my favorite photos from the weeks. (Amy, Bethany, Amalia, Chef William, and Alice joined the challenge too!) Enjoy!


I told my daddy that I was fascinated by the designs of clocks with all the gears. Soon after, he found an old clock in the barn and hung it like this where I could see it.


Summer flowers are so pretty.


Everything about writing fits me so perfectly, down to all the different types of handwriting. Some times I think perhaps all writers have sloppy handwriting. I continue to get worse and worse at having legible handwriting. I get going so fast I don’t have time to make it so others can understand it.


These are a few photos I took the first few days while traveling and while in the mountains of South Dakota. I go into my own little world around water-I turned around to find my sister sneaking pictures of me with my own camera….IMG_0171



Later we went to De Smet to look at the museums where Laura Ingalls Wilder lived for a time. Here we found the graves of Laura’s family, including her and Almanzo’s child marked only as ‘Baby Son of A. J. Wilder’.


Back home, Lily came over! This little girl continues to get more and more a mischievous glow in her eyes.


See my new hat? I just love my hats.


Finding new, delicious chocolate always makes a day brighter.

Happy Snapping!


One Comment Add yours

  1. Dear Sarah. I am in AWE of these photos! I dropped out of the challenge long ago, but I’m so glad (and proud of you two) that you and Amalia stuck with it. You’ve both clearly honed your photography skills and have gotten better and better at taking pictures. There’s so much I can learn about you from your photos, too. You are a lovely, lovely young woman, inside and out. 🙂


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