Today is Day 6 of this little Andrea Scott photo-a-day challenge and this is the most fun I've ever had on Instagram. Thank you for your photos each day. I feel like you are each sharing more than just a photo. You are sharing an emotion along with a moment. You are sharing a reality. Your present reality. I love seeing a bit of what you see each day.
When I set out to do this photo challenge, I created the rules and said I would share my favorites. Naturally, I completely OVER estimated my ability to make any decisions. So here I sit in Harvest Cafe' and I AM FREAKING OUT. I DON'T MAKE DECISIONS, PEOPLE!!! THAT'S WHY I GOT MARRIED. Never have to make a decision again. AMIRIGHT??
Okay. Maybe that's an exaggeration, but you know what? I do exaggerations waaaaaay better than I do decisions.
Now that you can feel my building anxiety and imagine the sweat beading up on my lip, I give you a few of my favorite photos of the week, just through Day 5 and in no particular order outside of the order that they uploaded onto my computer ;).
I am a big fan of the photographer and that budding tree in this first picture. Obviously, I am totally biased since both said photographer and tree live with me. This first photo gets me excited because of the promise it holds. New life, new temperatures (and allergies) are all coming soon.
The perspective of this next photo really caught my attention. From Day 1 - lines, Breedlove21 saw this tree from a completely different angle. I love the lines, I love the texture and the gray color of the sky sends a little chill up my spine. Great shot!
Another woodsy favorite here. I really like the texture and design of the wood in this photo. And although I love coffee, I cannot resonate with this being breakfast…I would be a total bouncy, jittery psychopath without a little protein. Nonetheless, such a simple and attractive photo.
Have you guys seen the photos that @daysfromhere is posting? I'm in love and this picture below is an example of why. Do yourselves a favor and go find her on Instagram. You won't regret it.
Books. Candy for the mind. So I was immediately drawn to the next two photos and their perspectives on color (like candy, right?) and literature.
I will be rearranging my book shelf this weekend according to color, because @simplysarah is right. It's not always about finding what you're looking for. It's about pretty. And this shelf looks pretty.
And then there's this one from @simplysarah. This one resonated with my heart. She is a MOB (Mother of Boys) like myself and I love how she is treasuring these sweet gatherings from her boy. It's the little things. Even if those little things are sharp or choking hazards. There's an inherent beauty in the presents your babies give you.