The final day in Berkeley arrived. I walked with Micah to her first class before revisiting some of my favorite campus spots and soaking up the moments. Then I walked home from Telegraph-ish up Durant instead of Bancroft.
My aunt came. We stuffed my suitcase and bicycle in the back of her Subaru again and headed for- where else?- pizza at Cheese Board, and then ice cream at Tara’s.
It was a happy/sad feeling once we got on 580 and started heading east. On one hand, I was going home, and in time for Thursday night college group at that. On the other hand though, I’m always sorry to leave the bay. I could stay forever. Continue reading →
I snapped this picture two seconds before walking into a friend’s apartment for Bible study tonight at 7:30pm. Walked out three hours later, drove home, and am just now posting. Cutting it close, but at least I made it!!
The prompt for Twosday this week excited me when I first read it, and then I ended up having the hardest time deciding which pictures to use! In the end I settled on these semi-portraits. They make use of natural lines and shadows- two of my favorite elements.
Visit Stephanie’s blog to read the simple guidelines and themes, grab your camera, and link-up! :)
Today I thought I’d show you a quick photoshop tutorial- how to put a slanted photo on a white background. I love to do this with photos for my computer’s desktop, because it’s a bit more interesting than just using a plain photo. Once you get the hang of the process, it’s really easy to do.