365/365 – Card trick Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor Of all the things I look forward to in the new year, spending more time with my wife is number 1. The majority of my processing and posting for the 365 … Continue reading
364/365 – The quest for over medium Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor I love me a good over medium egg. Not over hard eggs or over easy. And you can forget that sunny side up business. There’s a difference. So … Continue reading
363/365 – Sleeping beauty Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor Once the daily picture posts are done I’m excited to have more time for sleeping… not that my kids will let me. But it’ll be payback when they are teens trying … Continue reading
362/365 – That’s my name and I plan to wear it out Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor As mentioned yesterday, I’m looking forward to picking up more than just a camera everyday. My trusty Taylor 414CE acoustic has been sorely … Continue reading
361/365 – So Brave, Young, and Handsome Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor As the 365 project winds down for me a lot of folks are asking what I’m going to do with all my time. Reading for one. I’m no … Continue reading
360/365 – The doctor is in Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor The 3yo got a doctor play set and book and with it came these glasses that make him look like a poindexter. The cute poindexter I know.
359/365 – Christmas Day Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor The aftermath is much different than the previous eve. Merry Christmas!
358/365 – Christmas Eve Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor Ready for the big morning. Strobist info: sb900 and sb600 with omnibounce and full CTO on opposite sides of the tree. Triggered via manual CLS.
357/365 – Wrapping things up Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor I suck at wrapping presents. I guess it because I only do it once or twice a year. My wife was gracious enough to wrap her own presents this year, … Continue reading
356/365 – Eye see you Originally uploaded by Micah Taylor Ah, how kids love the wrapping paper tubes, cardboard boxes, and packaging more so than the gifts themselves. My actual favorite part is how the 3yo holds one eye closed … Continue reading