There really isn’t much going on in my life, apparently. But I am having fun taking pictures that are more interesting and attentive than my usual point-and-hope-for-the-best-shoot.
Once again, a restaurant has excellent lighting for portraits! There’s got to be some kind of restaurant/photography business model in the making there . . .
These next two are from a knitting store I love called the Weaving Works. Katie has a little purple skein on her thumb that she called her “plum,” from the Little Jack Horner nursery rhyme. I was charmed that she make the connection, but less so when she threw a fit because I wouldn’t buy the “plum” for her to take home.
These next two are from knitting projects. The first is a hat that I made for my sister that turned out waaaaay too big. (Serves me right for not making a gauge swatch first.) The second is a mitten made by — Eleanor! It’s her first knitting project, too. Hopefully I can get her to finish the second one before winter returns.
And this is a van I saw in my neighborhood. I have a soft spot for funky van art, and this one’s a beaut.