Posts Tagged ‘depth’
Part of one of my thumbs is green. I’m not great at it – I manage to grow 1 out of every 5 seeds I acquire – but I am getting better at hydroponics. And here’s the latest of my babies. He’s outgrowing his water cradle, and I’ll be putting the young one in a nice, big pot very soon. (Honestly, he should’ve been put in a pot about 2 weeks ago… but he still looks great- about a foot tall already!) Till then, I’m going to try to grab some more interesting underwater root photos.
I’ve always admired those friends of mine who are creative in a crafty, make-pretty-and-utilitarian-things kind of way. A good friend of mine let me photograph their work, and I must confess: I’m so impressed by their skill, and I love the color choices. In this photo, in particular, you can see the pattern to follow (aqua blue color directly on the cloth). I think this was for a pillowcase. I wish I had something this pretty to lay my head on when I go to sleep!
One advantage to working in a broadcast studio is being around all the neat equipment. A few months ago, an expert at the office showed me how to manage a radio broadcast. It’s really neat. I’m alright with sitting in on a hit, but definitely not confident enough to run one myself.
Photographs are constant reminders of how lucky I am to be working in such an awesome place doing such awesome stuff.