Saturday, November 8, 2008

Challenge 7


Okay it's time once again for the Photo Challenge 7. This time our subjects were pictures below the waist, our favorite things, and black and white. So right now I have one picture of one of my favorite things, and that's my birthday cake. Not because it's my birthday, but the type of cake. Carrot Cake yummy. No I did not turn 8 ;) it was the only candle we had in the house that could go on the cake. I'll have to add some more later, but most of my favorite things are food.

Now these photos are for the waist down photos. These are actually pictures from my daughter's walk a thon. I'm not sure why they call it a walk a thon, because the kids always run. Anyway. There is one of one of the students getting their lap marked off by the teacher.
The next one is a group of our 4th graders after the event. My daughter is the one in the orange shorts. She's got long legs like mommy, although hers are cuter. Anyway they ran hard, and we just found out took the Golden Shoe award, for
raising the most money per student.
No black and white photos at this time. Sorry just haven't been out and about and was consumed with making a costume for my daughter. So I didn't get out much.
I don't have any real tips, I'm still trying to figure out how my camera works. Thanks for stopping by.
Carol

4 comments:

Naomi said...

There's that "Tart" again!!! I'll just pretend it's caramel... Hope you're having a lovely weekend with your family... Loads of love. N x

Jane said...

Nice job!!! I can't decide what to so for the "below the waist" but I like yours!!

Mel said...

Great job Carol! I need some motivation to get shootin' again!

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Ah, yet another evidence of being two peas...I LOVE carrot cake. However, I cut a piece from Kroger's a couple weeks back...I was so looking forward to it with the cream cheese icing. And ah, rats...it was not moist like most carrot cakes. I'm sure there is a trick to making it moist with all the raisins and nuts. I hear those things dry out cakes during the baking.