The best ways to celebrate the fourth of July: friends, fireworks, and food.
From top left down: 16) Morning; 17) Water; 18) Something You Bought; 19) Sweet; 20) Someone You Love; 21) Reflection; 22) Your Shoes; 23) Something Old; 24) Guilty Pleasure; 25) Something You Made; 26) Color; 27) Lunch; 28) Light; 29) Inside Your Fridge; 30) Nature; 31) You, Again.
You will notice I have presented these pictures in a much more visually stimulating way than before. That is thanks to the Sweet 16 Storyboard template, available for download from The CoffeeShop Blog. Be sure to visit the site and make a donation so that we can keep getting such handy tools–I know I will be doing so next payday!
There is also a #febphotoaday challenge now going on. Join in!
Like many other instagram users, I have been participating in #janphotoaday for the last 20 days. I have compiled a rough (okay, that’s an underestimate) collage of the photos from the first half of the month:
From top left down: 1) Me; 2) Breakfast; 3) Something you adore; 4) Letterbox; 5) Something you wore; 6) Makes you smile; 7) Favourite; 8) Your Sky; 9) Daily Routine; 10) Childhood; 11) Where you sleep; 12) Close-up; 13) In your bag; 14) Something You’re Reading; 15) Happiness.
Oddly, the hotdog has been the most liked image. Imagine that.
At the end of the month, I’ll post the remaining sixteen days.
Just another fun way to use and interact with instagram!
I have recently become somewhat addicted to instagram. Not obsessed, but addicted. If I’m not posting my own images, then I am regularly refreshing to see what new images my friends have posted.
At first, I was too stubborn to use it. It took me almost a year to catch on. So many excuses: “too trendy” or “too impure.” But I’ve caught on.
For those not on instagram, here are a few shots from this past week. I thank diptic for allowing collages and framing. (It’s a good use of $.99. It imports directly to instagram, twitter, facebook, and more.)
The game of Pit.
Games in the basement.
I must admit that I do enjoy the low-fi simplicity of the iPhone camera. It’s a fun way to be creative on a whim and a budget. Other apps that I highly recommend for photos: pudding camera (it’s FREE and has more simple features than a lot of other apps), hipstamatic, and incredibooth.
Edited to Add: So I just became aware of (and instantly signed up for) Instagrid. It’s a web album populated from your instagram account! Totally awesome.