It's been the most exciting week of the last seven days of my life!
January 8: The only sun I see, as a free man in January, is on the drive home from work. But even the pretty sunsets are not worth stopping (well, and I was on the freeway) so I just rolled down the window and shot.
January 9: This is the view from my office. Actually, it's just how I see things -- I'm actually shooting through the railing of the porch outside of my office. I love my job. That's obvious, right?
January 10: There are people who can take good pictures of the moon. I'm not one of them. Yet.
January 11: 11:59 pm. This is the picture that almost stopped this project in it's tracks. See, we got this really cool game for the Wii, this Christmas. And I was doing really well. REALLY WELL!
January 12: The end of our weeklong devotion to the study of evaporation. It turns out that water left in direct sunlight (blue) evaporates faster than water left in the shade (red). Who'd a thunk it?
January 13: Like I said -- the only sun I see is on the way home. Tuesday it was following me like a devoted fan. I thought maybe if I took it's picture, it would get out of my mirrors, so that I could see to drive. It didn't. Maybe I should stop taking pictures while I'm driving.
January 14: The big winner! Jordan won the Reflections competition at school, in the photography category, and tonight was the "Awards Banquet" -- and the bestowal of medals. She now moves onto the next division. I am very proud of her, she's already surpassing her dad. If you'd like to see her award winning picture, go here (it's the landscape shot). It also won second place in the county fair. Her father couldn't do any better than third this year.
See you next week?