My February, In Pictures

Posted on Mar 3, 2013 | 3 comments

Need I say more?

My Grumpy Mug

My Grumpy Mug

The Infamous Exercise Machine

The Infamous Exercise Machine

My Mess of a Nightstand

My Mess of a Nightstand

The Java Is the Life!

The Java Is the Life!

A Dragon, Run!

A Dragon — Run!

We Do What With the Ball?

We Do *What* With the Ball?

The Path Quite Literally Not Traveled

The Path Quite Literally Not Traveled

Creepy Tree

Creepy Tree

My adventure in "Dungeon" Magazine

My adventure in “Dungeon” Magazine

The Hawtness

The Hawtness

When Chickens Attack

When Chickens Attack

I'm Pretty Sure There's a Bird in There Somewhere...

I’m Pretty Sure There’s a Bird in There Somewhere…

On the Move

On the Move

Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day

Not the Same Chickens

Not the Same Chickens As Above

Waffles, Bacon & Eggs

Waffles, Bacon & Eggs

The Courtyard Behind My Office

The Courtyard Behind My Office

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Sky

Sky

My Overstuffed Pack

My Overstuffed Pack

More Food Porn: Chorizo and Eggs

More Food Porn: Chorizo and Eggs

Weekend Fuel

Weekend Fuel

Me Before A Shower

Me In An Alternate Universe

Coffee on my Birthday In A French Cafe

Coffee on my Birthday In A French Cafe

 

Tree

Tree

How A Legless Zombie Sees the World

How A Legless Zombie Sees the World

The Dragon Is Back!

The Dragon Is Back!

My Favorite Coffee Cup

My Favorite Coffee Cup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    3 Comments

  1. All in all I would say it looks like an interesting month. If I did that all of my pictures would consist of food, computers, kids and class. Not very interesting! Thanks for sharing! I love the tree reminds me of something you would see in the Blood Skies series.

    • Thanks Danielle! ProjectLife365 provides some nice prompts that force you to be creative with your photos. That plus the kick-ass camera Lib bought makes it look like I actually know what I’m doing. ;D

      • I doubt even a kick ass camera could help me. Then I would have to know how to operate it! Its a very cool project!

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