1 Day 1 World Project Wrap-up
Here are my entries, plus a few for time slots that I missed during the first go-round.
Noon – 1 pm – Do a little quilting.
1 – 2 pm – Help my husband restore the floor.
1 – 2 pm – Admire new floor. (Okay, this was a week later, but the same hour of the day.)
2 – 3 pm – Watch the birds.
3 – 4 pm – Play with the ducks.
4 – 5 pm – Visit the ice house for a cold one.
5 – 6 pm – Go fishing.
6 – 7 pm – Take pictures in the yard.
7 – 8 pm – Watch a baseball game.
8 – 9 pm – Listen to live music under the stars.
9 -10 pm – Watch the bats emerge.
10 -11 pm – Gather on the Plaza.
Still 10 -11 pm – Take a look at the Alamo.
11 – 12 midnight – Walk outside and see who’s about.
1 – 2 am – See who’s out and about at the ranch.
3 – 4 am – Catch the pixies helping themselves to chocolate.
7 – 8 am – Watch the sunrise.
8 – 9 am – Take pictures in the yard.
9 – 10 am – Look for cute farmers.
10 -11 am – Go for a walk along a country road.
Still 10 – 11 am – Go out for breakfast. Take that cute farmer with you.
11 am – noon – Go see your favorite baby!
I took these pictures in 6 different Texas towns, representing about 1880 miles of travel! That is pretty standard for us – during the time frame of the project I actually traveled more than twice that in Texas. If you didn’t have to worry about little things like travel time and could squeeze all these activities into one day, it would be a wonderful day!
Here are the other 1 Day 1 World Wrap-ups. I really enjoyed this project!
What wonderful pictures!
I had some marvelous models! 🙂
What a great collection of photos and I can only imagine the fun you had while on your project! I love the woodpeckers; my favorite though has to be the picture of the pond…what a tranquil scene!
Thanks! I bet you can identify with the travel – I think all of us Texans spend half our lives on the road! 🙂
seriously………..one GREAT day 🙂
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I really enjoyed spending time in Texas with you this summer! A lovely wrap up. 🙂
And you didn’t even have to suffer from the heat! 🙂 I am so glad I joined in your project – I learned a lot about my camera, and Photoshop, and found some new blogs to follow!
Perfect! A win-win all around. 🙂
I like the variety you managed to include–artsy, homey, nostalgic, etc. My very favorite is still the pixies, though–I just think that photo is so cool! Funny, though–only one photo has anything to do with textiles.
That’s true – but that is representative of my regular life. I am lucky to get an hour a day for textile research or creation. I could have worked in some more during those late night hours – “here is the quilt that I sleep under” or “I’m dreaming of weaving drafts.” The pixies count for textiles though, because some of them came from an old book on opera that I bought for the costume pictures. 🙂
Fantastic effort! 🙂