Blowing bubbles with the little cousins on Sunday.
I’m always taking photos of students for our school’s Communications Department though I almost never share the results here. Today, however, I was so happy with the shots from Woodstock Wall that I’ve decided to post some of them.
NCF students, hello! If you or your friends are in any of these shots and would like to use them for FB or something, please feel free to. All I ask is a simple link back to my blog. :)
Great job to Ganga, Nova, and anyone else who helped throw this day-long wall.
I’m turning in my thesis today! This is the last photo, taken through a tinted sailboat window.
Dedicated to Kyle. Thank you so much for everything.
Here I am contributing to the many other photographs of the moon that you’ve probably seen on your dashboard in the past couple of days. :)
I still have very little experience with nighttime photography, so this shot may not be the best in terms of quality. But the sky was gorgeous last night and I could not resist trying to capture it. Kyle and I hurried from the car to the apartment, I grabbed my tripod, we ran back outside, I set everything up, snapped a few shots and…my battery died. Whoops.
I considered cropping this but decided against it because I actually like the huge amount of negative space. I’m curious as to your thoughts as well, so please feel free to share them.
Little cousin, just tall enough to see over the tabletop.
A little something bright and pretty to start off the week.
I’ve been wanting to get a shot of this gorgeous yellow tree for quite a while now.
A green bike on Sunday morning.
Hookah on Big Red’s balcony.
There’s a light at the end of the tunnel. And by tunnel, I mean thesis. Because it’s almost done. Almost.
Photo taken outside the library where I’ve been spending most of my time lately.
I took a similar shot of this exact location in February of last year.
Warped reflections in library windows.
I should just rename this blog Photos of Kyle Walking.
One of my favorite places on campus to enjoy the light of sunset.