Today I had some fun exercising outdoors. I also accomplished a few of my goals for this week. I took a fun photo of my husband & I. This isn't the original one, but it is much more fun than an ordinary snapshot, don't you think?
Does this count as a self-portrait or a photo of husband & wife??
I was trying to get me in the right lens and the ocean in the left lens. I wasn't successful enough before my husband lost patience with me and we had to go about our day!
I'm thinking I will have to come up with more fun ways to document us together over the next 50 weeks! And that goes for our 12 family photos this year as well.
I mentioned in an earlier post about this 30 day happiness challenge I joined on a whim. I get daily challenges in my email box - most very quick & do-able - that are meant to bring more happiness into my life.
This one took me a few days to complete, SURPRISINGLY! 'Touch your bare feet to the earth (grass, dirt, etc)'. I knew I needed a photo of it. (I've been in love with top view feet photos, ever since I did this Take 12 layout back in March.) I was just going to walk out into the yard but then decided I live too close to the beach not to touch my little toes to the sand. REFRESHING!
I was a little shocked when I realized how seldom I touch my naked feet to the earth. It felt great.
Note to self: Do this more often!
The addition of the water, makes for a more interesting photo, no?
We both agreed we need to exercise outdoors more often! It is a shame we aren't taking advantage of our amazing locale, especially after feeling smothered under the pollution in Beijing the past four years.
I first noticed the layers of various foot prints left by all varieties of atheletic shoes. I was positioning my camera when I noticed just up ahead on my path, the bird's footprints joining in on the dance.
I'm adding this lovely pic to Simple Things Sunday today after not stopping by for a while.
Some where today I heard that ART IS A PRAYER. CREATING ART IS A PRAYER. Wonderful! I love it. I did a lot of praying today. And I'll share my prayers very soon!