Have to catch up on three days works of pics and fun! Friday morning, I woke up and the fog was just unbelievably thick! Even though it wasn't even 7:30 in the morning yet, I quick threw on some clothes and went to the park to try to take some pics of the foggy park. My idea was that fog in a park with trees and stuff would give off a sort of creepy, eerie feel. It was sure nice to have my pic of the day done by 8:00am in the morning! However, I took a bunch of pics that I liked and wasn't sure which one to use as my pic of the day. On my photography site on Facebook (I am pretty sure everyone reading this is a fan of the page already), I elected to post all 8 and put it to a vote of which one to use. The following picture below was the overwhelming favorite. Although you can't see the fog as well in a sepia-type tone like this as opposed to my color ones where it is very apparent, people loved the clarity of this one:
Yesterday, I started work on my tattoo sleeve. I am planning on doing my whole arm in movie characters. We started with Alien and Predator and after about 6 hours, we still didn't finish. It is mostly done, but I have to go back in about 3 weeks for some shading and stuff like that. I elected to have the pic of the day be, obviously, something tattoo related. The following pic is the tool used to create my tattoos right before we "started" on the tattoo.
Why did I put "started" in quotations you may ask? Well, besides being the pic of the day, this picture did double duty for me! Some of my fellow bloggers have elected to bring back the Saturday Scavenger Hunt project. Every week, someone picks a word and the goal is to take a picture that represents that word. As this was the first week, the word, "start" was chosen. I think I got the job done.
Today, I had a few ideas for the picture of the day, but then Jess was being cute and made the gesture you will see below. I thought it was so cute, I asked her to do it one more time while I took a picture. I am so lucky that she is such a willing participant in my picture taking! Well, and lucky that I got to marry her!