This year, starting April 12, 2011 I will be posting one picture a day for 365 days as a fun way to share my life with you.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Day 58 - Again, Something from Colorado

Our computer is still rebelling and refuses to allow me to upload an awesome picture I took. My mom is trying to fix it, but who knows how successful that will be? ;)

So I guess I will pull a another picture from our vacation to Colorado. I can't even edit a new photo right now, so I have to use one already done and ready to go. So here's a picture of a hummingbird. Obviously, you can tell this was taken a while ago because now, it is snowing. In this picture, it is not. I think I like the weather in this picture much better than the real weather at the current moment! 
When I took this, we were just sitting on a bench in Fort Collins, Colorado, and I was bored. I think we were waiting for somebody, or thinking about what we were going to do next...I don't remember. But whatever the reason, I was still bored. So I took random pictures. I took pictures of people, cars, the sidewalk! Like I said, I was bored! But then a hummingbird decided to show up right next to me, which is (as you photographers know) a GREAT opportunity for a picture! 

Now, this picture is not the best, but I really liked it because I caught the bird looking at me, and the wings are blurry. What do you think? Any tips for better bird pictures? :)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Day 57 - The Elk

Unfortunately, something is wrong with our computer at the moment. I cannot upload any pictures from my camera...and I have LOTS I want to upload! It's all very frustrating. Grrrrr.
So here is an elk that was right by the road in Estes Park. (Yes, I have gone back to my summer vacation, but I had no other choice. I couldn't upload anything!)

This elk was very friendly. She walked up to cars and through parking lots...It was a perfect opportunity to take pictures! I took this before the elk walked through the parking lot. She started by grazing on the side of the road. I got almost close enough to it to touch her! Very cool. 

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Day 56 - More Rock & Worship Roadshow

What can I say? I had more pictures from the concert I wanted to share:) This is Hawk Nelson. Well, I think Hawk Nelson is actually the whole band, but this dude right here does the singing. And he's good. My friends actually met him while waiting in line at the door which was pretty cool. I missed him by ten minutes. TEN MINUTES! Bummer.
But anyway, this is him singing. When I took this picture, they were covering Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" and apparently they wanted to be girls. They all wore wigs. All of them. The guitarists, the drummer, and the singer. I don't really know why...but I guess they were just being random.

One of my favorite parts of this picture is the hand. I guess the person was loving the wig. "YEAH DUDE! YOU ROCK!" was probably coming out of their mouth, or something like that. Totally random, but funny. Ha. Ha. Ha.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Day 55 - Rock & Worship Roadshow

On Friday, I went with some of the awesomest friends in the whole world to the Rock & Worship Roadshow! It was a ton of fun. We sat really close to the stage (the closest I've ever been!), and I fist-bumped the singer from Hawk Nelson, and high-fived Group 1 Crew! It was a really cool experience. I got a lot of really cool pictures, but this was one of my favorites. 
I really didn't edit this photo at all. The only thing I fixed was I took out red "exit" sign in the background. It was very small and kind of distracting. Other than that, this picture is straight out of the camera! 

If you're wondering who this person is, it's the main singer from Jars of Clay. I couldn't find his name, but they are an awesome group! 

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Day 54 - Real Life...Sign...Real Life...Sign...

That pretty much describes my picture(s) today. We were standing next to a sign that had the names of mountains on it as we were overlooking the mountains the sign was showing us. I HAD to take a was so cool! I could easily tell which mountains were which, and it was fun to be able to see that. 
Can you see it?
I just wanted to share that with you today:)

Friday, October 21, 2011

Day 53 - WAY Up High

Yep. That's how high we were...the highest you could be on the path up the mountains in Estes Park. Thie highest point on the Continental Divide. 12,020 feet. Wow. That's pretty high up.
We actually drove past this sign, but since I really wanted a picture, I got my parents to turn around and go back. :) Glad they did, because now I have proof.