Sunday, February 16, 2014

A Year of Sundays: Collaborative Photo Project

Super excited to embark on not one, but two photography projects! This world of blogging has been amazing and I have met so many wonderful teachers. One of those teachers is Heather over at Loose Shoelaces. We both share a love for photography and all things vintage (she definitely has better style than me!)

Our first project is titled A Year of Sundays. Yes, that's right folks, I said a year! Every Sunday, we will have our cameras in tow and capture our lives on a typical Sunday. Basically capturing the beauty that surrounds our every day lives in a unique and creative way. We will create a diptych  each week with both our images. Heather's image will always be on the left and mine on the right. Over the course of the year, it will be pretty nifty to see of any similarities that may happen within our images (like this week, we both had outdoor photos).

I know the main focus of my blog is for teaching purposes, but I have three passions in life... teaching, traveling, and photography and sometimes it's just too difficult to separate them!

Our diptychs for last week and this week:

February 9, 2014

February 16, 2014

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  1. I really would love to start taking some photography classes. I took one in high school, but I don't remember anything from that. I would need a super duper beginner class. Can't wait to look at more of your photos!
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  2. I love that you are sharing this. Teachers tend to be well rounded so there is no reason your blog shouldn't reflect that. I love photography and would like to develop my skills as well. I love your pictures.

    1. Thanks Laura! I agree with you 100% we teachers have many talents and it's fun to share them.

  3. Yay! I love it! I will type up my version here shortly!
    Loose Shoelaces


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