Photo A Day

And now for the first photos in the November Photo A Day Challenge….

1 November
Something beginning with ‘c’: Just pick anything {ANYTHING!} beginning with C and take a photo of it. It’s an easy one to start the month with.

For some reason, this was the second thing I thought of, so here you have it – part of my shelf of cookbooks. (The first thing I thought of was chocolate. Hah.)

2 November
Colour: Take a photo of a colour, or something colourful.

A collection of Tupperware, sitting on the kitchen bench.

4 November
TV: Take a photo of your television, or where you watch TV. Or if you don’t have a TV – take a photo of whatever you do instead. Or someone else’s TV.

Our TV. It’s only used for watching DVDs or playing Playstation. It’s main purpose in life is to be a handy shelf and a not-so-handy dust collector.

6 November
A favourite thing: Take a photo of something you adore – a favourite book, movie, person, possession… anything.

While I do love this painting (by a Nelson artist), I’m putting it here as one of Drake’s favourite things. It hangs on the wall behind the couch where I sit to feed him, and he loves looking at it. Sometimes I need to cover his eyes so he remembers he’s meant to be feeding, he’s that engrossed in looking at the painting.

7 November
Reflection: You could reflect back on life or take a photo of something reflecting, or even a reflection of yourself.

Sunlight reflecting off the harbour around Oriental Bay. (I must admit though, this was taken a couple of days later rather than on the 7 November, as I forgot to take a photo that day. Oops!)

8 November
Something you do everyday: What’s something you do most days? Brush your teeth? Fix your hair? Write in your journal? Drive your car? Make dinner? Run? Share it.

Cuddle a sleepy baby while checking emails on my laptop.

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