What a fun assignment this week on You Capture - thanks Beth! She suggested that we go back over the year and select our 10 favorite photos of 2010 for this week's link up over @I Should Be Folding Laundry. It was harder than I thought it would be to limit myself to 10, but I tried! I only started participating in the You Capture assignments back in mid-August, but I have been having so much fun! It's like I'm looking at the world through the lens of a camera - even when I don't have a camera handy. Thanks to all of you who have left kind comments and encouraged me as I have played around - you are part of the reason why this is fun! Happy New Year and Happy Capturing in 2011!
And that's all from this photographer! Thanks for visiting!
All of your photos are beautiful - I especially love the one with the books. I could use some serious reading and relaxation right now!ReplyDelete
I also found this to be a bit harder than I expected. Thought I would have trouble finding 10 shots I loved...but it was actually harder to limit myself :)ReplyDelete
Still love the rain on your deck. And that hat on your books is SO you! (Strange to say when I don't really know you but I can just see you in it!)
Really like the coffee shot too!
Ooh the books with the hat, I can just imagine that day, it must have been a great one!ReplyDelete
I really like the book one too. Great feel to it. ;)ReplyDelete
I like the books, too. And the one of the faucet just PROVES that you look at the world differently than most. Who takes pictures of their faucet? You do, and you made it look like art! Posting the self-portrait at the end was a very nice touch. I'm glad you joined up, too.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures. I adore the one of the coffee. Beautiful. :)ReplyDelete
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Hi Carrie! I see you in all of these photos! That's what makes them so beautiful and unique. I think my fave is the coffee, which seems to be smiling back at you--or the viewer, me :-)ReplyDelete
But must agree with the others that the hat on the books has a special appeal/draw, basically saying, "This is what's really important."
You're consistency with blogging and follow-through serves as an example to me, so this year, I'm asking the Lord to help me order my life better: Whether here, there, or on the road to here or there, I need to set a schedule for writing.
Thanks again for sharing your photos, your skills, and yourself right here at carrie's busy nothings!
Lovely collection - love the one with the books!!!ReplyDelete
I am really impressed with all of your shots!!ReplyDelete
I love the book shot. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely, especially the icy berries!ReplyDelete
I love the simplicity and the composition of the coffee cup shot.ReplyDelete
The book shot spoke to me and reminded me of my favorite kind of day! They say the best photos are those that evoke an emotion. Great photos!!ReplyDelete
Very nice! I like what you see through the lens. :) Happy New Year of captures!ReplyDelete
Ohh such awesome shots! Loving the water drops on the rose...and the berry one...oh they are all nice :)ReplyDelete
Great captures. Love the berry one and the coffee cup shot. Happy 2011.ReplyDelete
Wow! I'm inspired by your beautiful photos! I love the faucet, the coffee, the flowers, okay really they're all great!ReplyDelete
I love the textures you capture in your photos!!ReplyDelete
What a lovely year in photos! The picture of the rose with beads of water is beautiful!ReplyDelete
These are great. I love them, what a good eye you have :)ReplyDelete
Omigosh! Your photos are so beautiful and artistic! Very impressive. I guess my favorites would be 2 and 3 although they're all beautiful!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful flower shots. Aren't they fun? Can't wait to see what you see in 2011!ReplyDelete
Loving all of your shots Carrie!!! Love the coffee cup (I'm a coffee lover too!!)ReplyDelete
The faucet is really cool too!
I will be checking out more of your photos.
Lovely! Great choices.ReplyDelete
Great pictures! I also love the one with the books.ReplyDelete
Those are great!!! I love your perspective!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, your pictures are fabulous. They capture small elements that make me draw bigger pictures in my head.ReplyDelete
I love when everyday items are made beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a year you've had photographically. You've really got an eye, Carrie. These are truly beautiful.ReplyDelete
Keep 'em coming and I promise to keep cheering you on!!
Leaving the House in THIS?!?!