Today's theme is "Your Favorite Photo" and I really struggled with which photo to choose.
I thought I'd post some links to a few of my favorite posts as well. I loved writing this post on lighting, I'm really proud of the photo I took of these gingerbread cookies, I really like the leaf photo I took in that post too. I am super-happy that I finally figured out how to use my speedlight, I adore this Eli photo-dump and this one too, these photos were a step outside of my usual style but one of my favorite sets is this one. I love love love it. But here is my one favorite photo from the past month.
These are also my second-favorite flower. My first favorites are violets. They are wild here so when I seem them I swoon! I think these are called Wood Sorrell. So what what about you? Post a favorite photo from this month, or a snap a new one of your favorite person, place, thing, your favorite thing about this season - whatever you'd like!
If you haven't linked up with me before here are a few points of bloggy good manners:
Please link up an original photo - one that you took, not something pretty you found on Pinterest. Those posts are awesome and we all enjoy them but it's not good manners to link that up with a photography challenge.
Please link up your blog post/Flickr page url and not just your blog. So for example the link should look like this:http://faith-simplicity.blogspot.com/2011/10/thankfulness-on-monday.html and not this: http://faith-simplicity.blogspot.com/
Please link back to my blog you can do this by copying and pasting my button code (which you'll find the code for in the handy-dandy box at the top of this post!) into your post, a text link is also fine. Because I'll be choosing a top five please include the link back either directly above or directly below the photo you are linking up thanks - that will help me a lot.
Please leave comments on the other participants blogs - it's more fun if you get comments when you link up!
You can link up either to your blog or to a Flickr page, you don't have to have any certain level of camera or skill to participate - everyone is welcome!
Next week's theme is "Gratitude"