"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

ten on ten

It's time again for ten on ten....
ten photos over ten hours on the tenth day of the month. 

Looking for beauty in an ordinary day..I always enjoy documenting my day in this way
 (even if it is a bit hard sometimes) 

Beautiful morning light to start the day, my nieces shoes at church, hanging around mostly in the middle of the day & a jazz concert at Charlie's school (he's the trombone player!)












10 comments:

  1. What wonderful images of your day, Leanne!
    I absolutely love the second one. Such beautiful light.

    Wishing you a fantastic sunday, and a great beginning to your week.

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  2. Another day of simple but precious moments - good to see YOU again - great selfies. Amazing reflections on your wine glass.

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  3. What a clever and fun project. Love the images. Love how they tell your day's story!!!

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  4. Love these Leanne. I really like the first one with the beautiful morning light. Hannah will be pleased you have included her shoes :) What did you do to bring out the gold in Charlies trombone? Nice!

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  5. I love the front porch shot with the lovely dog. What a nice place to sit.

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  6. Great photos, love the sunlight in the image on the porch. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. You captured some beautiful light this morning! Love seeing a little of your day!

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  8. Love these - that morning light is gorgeous. My favourite it the shot of the musicians, lovely pov and selective colour.

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  9. Ooooh, beautiful shots!
    The second one on the porch, gorgeous.
    You're very talented capturing light.
    And the chocolate cake, YUM!

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  10. Oh these are such wonderful photos. I love the way capture interesting but every day shots.
    too cool!I have just signed up for the postcard swap and will be using one of my photos for my postcards. I am now a new follower and hope to enjoy more of your photography.

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