I captured this image a while back and recently came across it again when the black space jumped out at me.
I’ve wanted to learn how to add text to photos for a while now and I realized this image, with the black space, would be a nice template for a quote about flowers. After some trial and error, here is one of my first tries at adding text on an image. (I ended up using Snag-It to add the text. It worked really well for me.)
This week the photo challenge word is close. I’ve chosen to use “close” as in close-up, or macro photography. I shot this last week:
This is my cat, Beau. I love his eyes! He’s jet-black with white whiskers! When I can get him to sit still or wake up, he’s a good subject:
I just realized I used the Macaws for another photo challenge! Here’s the one I was going to use originally, anyway: My niece and her friend seeing how their friendship necklace fits together:
The weekly photo challenge from two weeks ago was to post a photo that speaks about friendship. I chose these two Macaws. They are big buddies and have such fun together…. Such lovely birds, too.
I know, I know…. It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve popped in to blog – I even missed the last two Weekly Photo Challenges…. Horrors! I plan to do those momentarily.
I’m having this battle with myself about taking time to blog. I feel guilty taking the time when I have so much work to do…. I’m working from home now – doing Instructional Design consulting. Yeap. I took the plunge to work for myself!
I’m working on a website and two business blogs right now – it’s a huge task. I have them all set to go as far as how they look and feel, but still developing the content, which is the major task.
I haven’t been following the Casey Anthony goings-on, but have heard that a movie, based on Jeff Ashton’s book, is in the works. Good for him! I’m glad he’s doing so well.
I heard through the grapevine that Jose Baez has a book out, or has one coming out – I’m not sure which it is. I’d venture to say few people will want to read it. What can Jose Baez say other than “I told ya’ so!” (Which no one in their right mind believed was possible at the time.)
It still floors me. We all thought, no way can such an inexperienced trial lawyer win that case! Hah! He did it. We all wore eggs on our face after that, big time.
I’m amazed that the Casey Anthony story continues to generate news! It’s so crazy! I get Google-Alerts on the topic of Casey Anthony and it never fails that EVERY day, somewhere – someone is talking about something related to that trial. It seems to be a foregone conclusion that little Miss Beautiful Life is going to have a perpetual OJ Simpson-like reputation for life.
Well, life goes on, doesn’t it? It doesn’t change much, but it goes on!
Here’s a little gift from me: