For this month’s quilter’s photo challenge, the focus was on subject and composition. We were given a list of words and had to use our photos to create the story without any other explanation. To see everyone’s photos, go to Plum and June! Here are mine:
A Typical Day
Peaceful and Relaxing
My Sewing Process
Color Palette Inspiration
These are fantastic Michelle! Your photos say so much! I really like the style and sewing process pics. And that is a great palette – do you think you will make something with it?
Thanks for checking out my photos! I’m already excited for next month’s challenge (whatever it my be). 🙂 I’m not sure about the color palette… I really like it, but I’ve never done anything in those colors. However, I’ve been thinking about a quilt for my brother-in-law and this palette seems very masculine so maybe it’s a good starting point.
Such beautiful pictures!! Great job!
Thanks so much Melissa!
Karen @ Pieces of Contentment says
The last three really grab my attention but all are wonderful!!!!
I agree. There is something about photographing outside that just adds something special. Maybe it’s just how I’m feeling when I’m out there taking pictures?
Gorgeous photos Michelle! Love your typical day shot, and your epp stars are coming along nicely!
Thanks snips! I love that one too… You should see the outtakes of me
trying to wedge myself under my tripod for the photo… probably a
more honest “a typical day” haha.
Laura C says
These photos are knock-outs. I love the first one! It’s so colorful, and from such an interesting perspective. I’m jealous of the view from your windowseat, too. 🙂
Thanks Laura! I had that first one in mind for a while and I’m so glad I was able to get it. We built our tiny house with the view from the window seat in mind. Love it there.