I was given a Keurig coffee maker for Christmas. I would not call myself a coffee snob, but I do enjoy coffee, so I had to make a photograph of the new coffee maker in action. Now I know why so many people love their Keurig coffee makers. The simplicity of making one cup of coffee without wasting coffee or filters and the easy clean up is a wonderful thing. My quest now is to find a more inexpensive place to purchase the K-cups for it.
I’m still working on getting my new office decorated. I want to hang a few things on the wall: a favorite picture of past photo sessions, a white board to write ideas and to-do list on, or maybe a shelf to set an old camera or two on. I never really thought about hanging a zebra on my wall but it does add that little something to the work space.
One of the gifts I received this year for Christmas was a yo-yo. I went through a many a yo-yo when I was younger. I think most of them were taken up by teachers in school, because I would play with them while walking down the hall. So getting one this year really brought back memories for me.
It took more than a few clicks of the shutter to get this photograph just the way I wanted it. I had to use the self timer setting and throw the yo-yo at just the right time to get it in the frame.
As I look back, it seems that I do a photograph a day project about every two years. Well, it has been two years so I guess it’s that time again. This year I will have a theme of the week; the first week’s theme is “Something Around the House” and because this year is a leap year I’m calling it “Project 366”.
The photograph below is of a puzzle that, when disassembled, is six wooden pieces. For something to be so hard to put together, it falls apart very easily. When I picked it up to move it for the photo it fell apart in my hands and I had to fix it before I could photograph it.