52 Fridays | Week Eleven: Green [Personal Project]


Happy Friday everyone! This week’s theme was “Green”, which could be interpreted in a million different ways…my shot came about randomly while snapping some photos of my kids playing in Victor’s room. He received an abacus as a birthday present from my friend Sara and I noticed that there were some green beads on it, so I took a couple of quick shots and that was that. His sock bucket in the background is also green, but more of the neon variety 🙂

(Side note: I had no idea how an abacus worked until a couple of nights ago when my husband explained it to me…you learn something new everyday! And wow, what a cool instrument!)

(2nd Side note: I shot this with my new-to-me lens, the 85mm 1.8, which I bought from Faye…and can I just say HOL-EH BOK-EH!)

Now let’s hop on over to see how  Jenny Singleton, Frisco, TX Photographer , interpreted “Green” (if you haven’t gone around and checked out the other photographers in this group, you really should click around the circle, there are some really talented people in the bunch!)

Back soon with the Whitters family snow session,


Thanks so much!

Tammy Bilodeau - Lovely interpretation! As you mentioned the bokeh is awesome and the green in this shot is so bright & cheery..Love it!

Jenny - I haven’t seen an abacus in awhile – I’m so glad you learned how it works. Can you tell me?? I have always been fascinated by the idea that those little beads could have been essential in creating calculations, because they just look like beads to me!
And nice composition! 🙂

Cathy K - Don’t you just love when find out something so interesting by accident. Looks like you are having some creative fun with that new-to-you lens! Love the colors of green in this!

Amy - Gorgeous green and gorgeous colors! Love the composition.

Kimberlee Edwards Photography | Raleigh Wedding Photographer - Love this. Perfect example of green.

Faye - Love this!!! Great composition.

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