Here’s part II for my submission to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures. Wow, so it was a lot harder to pick the ones I like than I thought it would be! Amy helped me out with this post, so thank you sweets…greatly appreciated!
Links to the original post with a little blurb:
Space Needle – Took this over the holiday, it was a cold night and there were just a few people hanging out!
Classic 50’s Truck – From one of my many trips down to Pike Place Market.
Reflection – From one of my few posts for The Daily Post: Weekly Challenge. Used a piece of black reflective plexi-glass for the reflection.
Oh So Debonair – Taken during Thanksgiving. 😀
Wordless Wednesday ~11.07.12~ – I’ve been taking my kids out for a birthday photo shoot. This was for Devon’s 16th birthday, he decided to take a break and text someone!
Wordless Wednesday ~08.15.12~ – A night strobist shot, really like this one!
Wordless Wednesday ~08.08.12~ – Taken during the summer, Cait was splashing about.
More From Folklife – One of the street performers at Seattle’s Folklife Festival.
Wordless Wednesday ~04.25.12~ – The county we live in (Skagit County) have a world famous tulip festival…this of course, was taken during the bloom.
Wordless Wednesday ~03.14.12~ – A local church at sunset.
Wordless Wednesday ~03.07.12~ – Taken at Snoqualmie Falls. For those of you who were fans of the TV show Twin Peaks, the falls should look a little familiar!
The Way I Felt For You – Another night strobist shot of Devon.
The Horse and His Girl – Kaylea riding a horse (yes, there IS a horse there)! 😀
iHeart – An image of Cait, the heart in her eyes is from an iPad app called Softbox Pro.
© Copyright 2012 David Williams
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Cool layout 🙂
Thank you Charlie! Wish I could take credit for it but its’ an auto layout from WordPress (thank you Gracie for the info on galleries)!
Another set of beautiful photos, David! You do really take some amazing portraits.
Thank you very much Gracie, it’s greatly appreciated! 😀