With our move last week, my Project 365 was the last thing on my mind. Now that we are somewhat settled, I played a little catch-up and decided to post last week and this week together.
204/365. Gemma's cousins got a new kitten and he is just the cutest! Funny story, the person they got him from told them he was a girl, so his name is Lola! They were shocked when I told them he was a boy, so Lola will probably be getting a new name. Haha!
205/365. A bathroom project has exposed the lath and plaster at my parent's house. It is such a pain to deal with, but still a fascinating look into the past.
206/365. We went to my niece's 8th birthday party and after a few hours, Gemma finally got on the slip 'n slide!
207/365. My day job sometimes consists of climbing bins. I'm deathly afraid of heights, so my assistant (Dad,) does it for me.
208/365. On Tuesday, we officially moved out of our apartment and into my parent's house. This walnut tree out front was supposed to be cut down last fall because a large chunk of it was killed in the freeze of 2014. It is still standing, so we get to enjoy it's beautiful foliage for another summer.
209/365. Exploring textures in my parent's yard.
210/365. Playing with the sprinklers.
211/365. Abstract trees.
212/365. Last November, my photography club had a night photography field trip. It was so much fun, but so cold! I knew I wanted to try again so I headed out on Saturday. It was so much fun, but the wind was knocking my tripod around so I didn't get any tack sharp images. I'll be heading out again soon, though!
213/365. I just LOVE backlighting!
214/365. Found a horsefly in Gateway.
215/365. The wind kept the wasps in the nest, which gave me the perfect opportunity to photograph them without getting stung!
216/365. It was hot, so a stop at the river in Arlington was in order. Gemma loved being able to walk out into the water!
217/365. Made it back out for more Milky Way pictures. I didn't catch any meteors, but the photography club is going out next Thursday so hopefully we'll get some!
Hello and welcome to Macnab Photography's blog! My name is Tori and I'm the artist behind the images of Macnab Photography. I've had a passion for photography since I was a little girl.
I am located in The Dalles, Oregon and serve the Columbia River Gorge. I specialize in children and families, and my interest lies in capturing moments, from the smile of a child to the love in a couple's eyes.
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