Shacky’s faithful hula girl on the dash of the RV. She has been with him longer than I have.
Here is my second stab at the Weekly Photo Challenge from WordPress. For this week’s challenge, I decided to photograph a gallery of objects focused on one color.
At first I started shooting reds and greens, but then slowly started to realize that all the best things were actually brown:
- my kitteh
I was certain my challenge would end up looking like a big blob of poop, but I went with my gut and photographed browns. The photos turned out shockingly lovely, and I’m now seeing my surroundings with a deeper appreciation.
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I had to photograph this root system. The tree was suspended in mid-air over a steep canyon, holding on by only one or two powerful branches.
Trails trails trails! I love this stuff.
MOMMA CAT! I love her even when she sleeps on my chest and I can’t move all night.
Shacky’s hair. I love his shade of brown and how long it’s getting.
Shacky’s travel toy, named Stix (my toy is named Stonez). They travel everywhere we go, on the hood of the RV.
My view from my yoga pose.
The butterfly is my spirit animal.
Beans and tacos. Browns are delicious.
My skin is brown. And so is mud. This color is awesome.
Racoon prints. It’s so freakish how they look like mini humans…
I was playing ball with Ginger when I came across a bunch of these little guys.
Utah’s canyons. Spectacular.
Natural lip balm that I use as very portable lubrication for running (I put it on my skin, not my lips)
And here is my work on the earlier collections of GREEN and RED.
Shacky’s faithful hula girl. She has been with him longer than I have.
Stuffed avocado and mushroom salad from the Whiptail Grill. OMG this was so tasty.
The keys to the RV, our home.
Miss Ginger and our ball play.
The grass at a local dogpark.
The side of the canyons. Everything is beautiful here.
A sign adorning the walls of Whiptail Grill just outside of Zion National Park.
More snacks :) I love raw, fresh veggies so freaking much.
My Chimera 100 mug. This thing is freaking awesome. I drink everything from it. Firstly, it makes me feel good because it reminds me that I finished that beast of a race. Secondly, it saves me money at most coffee stores. Thirdly, at Starbucks they only charge me a Grande to fill it, but it actually fits closer to a Venti.
More flowers from Meme’s Cafe. We had breakfast there this morning.
Ginger’s trail running bandana. She wears it only when she is going out for a long run or a long ball play. You can guess how crazy she gets whenever I reach for it to put it on her…
Some dude’s truck just outside the liquor store. Yay red!
Our local liquor store near Zion. It’s also a restaurant and a souvenir shop. The liquor part is super tiny, but it gets the job done. Right next door there’s a Best Western with free wifi, which I am stealing as I type.
My hippie jammies! I bought these for Shacky, but they were too small for him, so I wear them all the time. They’re a little big, but sooo soft and warm!
Beautiful flowers near Meme’s Cafe, an awesome breakfast spot just outside of Zion National Park.
Thanks for sharing in our travels, and don’t be afraid to put a little color in your life this week!
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