Wordless Wednesday: The Morning after the Wedding

We’ve all been here.

The brilliance of the leftover flowers competes with the pick-me-up of a strong cup of coffee on the morning after that special wedding.
GotMyReservations -- The Morning After the Wedding

Sometimes I even embarrass myself.

I keep telling my family and friends to get over their embarrassment when I photograph everything in sight — especially at restaurants. But I knew I loved that coffee cup the minute I saw it; I grabbed it away from the person carrying it so that I could photograph it. You can see that the drip from her mouth is still on the cup. I was ruthless.

Fortunately, I appear to be in good company.

This post from Pioneer Woman about her fascination with Fire King Jadeite restores my faith in humanity. This is not the first time that Ree and I have thought alike. I’m just sayin.’

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Wordless Wednesday: Literary Love in the Denver Airport

GotMyReservations -- Denver Airport Walt Whitman quote

Photo credit: MKane

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Wordless Wednesday

One of my RENEW goals for 2012 is to be more intentional about my photography, and my friend Jerry is an inspiration for better pics. He’s doing a class in photography using the iPhone on Saturday, and I’m really pumped to learn more about what my phone can do!

I decided to go to Trader Joes and take some pictures with my phone, so here’s some spring for Wordless Wednesday on this gloomy winter day.

And just in case you didn’t see it, this is why I love Glee.

Image via Fox TV

Image via imabeautygeek.com

This post is linked up to Wordless Wednesday at Project Alicia, Angry Julie Monday, Live and Love Out Loud, Naptime Momtog, and And Then She Snapped.