Friday, September 24, 2010

friday

Again, I need to put a couple challenges into one post.

Macro Friday:
Flashback Friday & Photo Roulette Friday 10(7):
Because the kids are not going to be sleeping for much longer & I've got loads to do this morning, I'm grouping these together so that at least I am joining in the fun this week!
From Sept 22, 2007, which is the farthest I can go back with my external hard drive.
Jack - 2 1/2 & Henry 9 months (always watching his brother....still does, 3 years later!
Flashback Friday Buttonphotoroulettebutton.jpg
(click HERE for Photo Roulette)

If any of you saw the macro of my creation earlier this week, I posted it HERE!

Hope you all have a great weekend!!




16 comments:

Buckeroomama said...

VERY interesting macro... what is that furry thing? :)

Courtney said...

I love that little guy! Great shot! And the of your kiddos is precious!

Ashley Sisk said...

Wow - look how furry that little guy is. I'm amazed.

Mom of M&Ms said...

LOve the furry caterpillar.. My Grandfather used to say that the furrier it was and the darker the dark parts were, were a good indication of a cold or snowy winter..

Rosie leavesnbloom said...

Oh thats an amazing fuzzy wuzzy caterpillar - I think he needs a hair cut lol

playdoughinmycarpet said...

We used to call the Wooly Worms! Great shot!

justine said...

the macro is beautiful, you just want to touch it, stunning,

Renee said...

Love the pic of your boys!! My younger boy watches his older brother's every move too!!

Katie said...

I think that's the fuzziest caterpillar I've ever seen! Fantastic shot!!!

lisa said...

These are great shots!

Jessica said...

Love the caterpillar! It look so fuzzy!

Ray said...

love the macro shot!

Krystal said...

I have an award for you on my blog

http://puppiesandpacifiers-krystal.blogspot.com/2010/09/first-blog-award.html

Ewa said...

OMG, what did you capture in the macro shot?? you can see how furry it is, great, great!!!

Mommy2Four said...

Wow! How neat! It doesn't even look real!

Laura (Blogging from Bolivia) said...

Wow! Amazing detail! Great capture!!