Saturday, January 24, 2009

Summary Saturday 2009: Project 365, Week 4

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PAD 2009
Hosted by Kimberly


Shalee said...

I love the trees. So beautiful and crisp. The picture of the store looks authentically antique!

Brittany said...

SUPER WHY! ;) One of my favorite shows...I mean...Adam's favorite shows... no.. it's mine... i won't lie.

I love all the photos! Great shots!

Blueberry said...

great shots! the last one is just beautiful!!

Jaimee said...

I love that last shot! I've been wanting to take a picture like that, but everywhere I look there are power lines ruining the view!

natalie said...

Awesome week! When I look at your pictures, I make up little stories in my head about what they are, where they are, why you took them, etc. When I look at mine, I'm always disappointed. Perhaps because I know the stories behind them. *sigh* You're such a mystery to me.

And we'll never hate you because you're fabulou.

Anonymous said...

I love the tree pictures! But nature does always seem to be my favorite.

I just did my first week of PAD - I'm not as good as you :o)

Kimberly said...

Ooh, I think the tree shots are my faves. Love the colors. (And what a big tv!)

Christina said...

I love the little head popping up in front of the tv!!

I think I recognize a lot of PW actions this week!

Anonymous said...

I love the don't hate me because I'm fabulous!

Unknown said...

super readers unite!
love that one and the last one - gorgeous!

Jen said...

That last shot is beautiful!!!

Cara said...

I love the doggie, too cute. The colors in the tree picture are amazing, what a great capture. I swear I am taking pictures but I just can't seem to get them off the camera.

Joanna said...

Ella LOVES SuperWhy! She says it is her most favorite show. Great shots this week. I was pretty hesitant at the begining of the year, but I think I need to jump on thie Pad bandwagon!

Stacy said...

That last shot is just beautiful! Love the first one, too. See the bare empty winter trees can be pretty in the right setting, too. :)