Friday, April 16, 2010

Photo Challenge Friday!

I am really enjoying these photo challenges. Not that I really needed much help getting my camera out (just ask my family) but it has been a lot of fun.

This week the theme is yellow! Who doesn't love yellow? It is such a pretty color. It just makes you happy!

I got this pretty little plant back in January and it has bloomed ever since.

Carter loves his "yellow" trucks!

I got these pictures when I was leaving the vet today. It was storming but I had to get a picture real quick. They didn't turn out too bad for being in a hurry!

Our yellow(ish) Super Dog!

Last but not least....When I was outside taking pictures of the flowers I found a little surprise.

Clink on the the link below to check out more Yellow photos!
Foto Friday Challenge


Jennifer Unsell said...

Beautiful pictures!

Tracy said...

The photos of your son with his trucks are cute.

Nanci said...

You pictures are lovely. The one of your little guy playing with trucks flashed me back to similar scenes when my own son was little. Thanks for sharing.

Bonnie said...

So many great pictures! I would have to say your little guy and his trucks are my favorites, they remind me of *my* little guy who is NEVER without a car or 5.

Terri said...

I think I like the 2nd photo the best. Creamy yellow is always pretty.

Dana said...

Great pictures!!

Rebecca said...

we have trucks almost exactly like that (plus 20 years worth of rust) that belonged to my hubby and now to my son. Great captures, all!

I wanted to thank you Miranda, for all the wonderfully encouraging words you have left for me on my blog, particularly on those (many) discipline posts. It is always sorta scary putting yourself out there-it is made much easier when you know someone is appreciating it.

Thank you for taking the moments to do so, I really appreciated them!

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads said...

The pictures of your son playing with the trucks are priceless.

My daughter actually had a few of those when she was younger. We ended up giving them to a neighbor boy prior to a move. She was sad to see them go as she had many fond memories playing with them.


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