In [mostly] Black and White

It's the last Friday of March, aka the month that flew by so fast, I don't hardly remember it all!

Black and white was this month's [in the picture] challenge and I enjoyed it so much that I took more than my target four photos. Note - all of this month's selfies were taken with the iPhone4s and processed with various iPhone apps.

Soak up the Sun #selfie
I was inspired by one of Christy's Instagram shots so I tried it myself. It's not a true black and white, but more like a bleach process.

Worship
After several weeks' absence from church, my knee was finally healed enough for me to attend worship service. I took this photo because I was so moved by my experience that day - I really missed the singing.

65/365+1 Afternoon Fading Sun #profile #selfie #silhouette #flare
Right after the switch to daylight savings time and we are enjoying the afternoon sun.

Hands
Playing around with the self timer. The first time I got slightly dressed up since my knee surgery, aka I'm wearing jeans instead of sweatpants and a nice sweater instead of a sweatshirt. Later that night, I went out to dinner with friends.

Waiting for The Shot
This one is a favorite of mine, mainly because there's a ton going on in this shot. I'm in a cornfield and I have my leg brace on. My daughter's horse is coming up behind me at a good clip and I'm oblivious to it all.

On Location
More photos from that day in the field.

A Little Attitude This Afternoon
In this shot, I had picked up my daugher from soccer practice and I'm really hungry, but she really wanted some ice cream from the Walgreens. So I'm waiting for her in the car. The kicker - she didn't read the label on the ice cream and when we arrived home, she declared that she wasn't going to eat it. Teens.....

Reflected #selfie #reflection
A reflection photo from Tuesday, which was a super busy day - PT before work, violin lessons, soccer games and baseball practice. The chaos of spring has started!

That's a wrap for March. If you want more details on getting [in the picture], check out Christy's blog - she even has a great giveaway today.

In The Picture

Helene  – (March 30, 2012 at 3:53 PM)  

Wow, I've been totally out of touch and missed so much on your blog. Wonderful photos...I agree, the cornfield photo is my fave. Congrats on the great recovery also! I so need to get out from under my workload!

Sandra  – (March 31, 2012 at 1:30 AM)  

My favourite is the top one. I love just seeing your eyes and hair and the way a strand wisps round your face.
I also like the middle shot in the cornfield. Very graceful. (Where's the corn?!)
Lovely to see you here!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm  – (March 31, 2012 at 6:34 AM)  

These are all great - I especially like the one where the sun is behind you.

I don't think I'd want to take that many pics of myself, lol.

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography  – (March 31, 2012 at 3:27 PM)  

I love seeing you!!! It's rare that we all get into the shot :)

urban muser  – (March 31, 2012 at 4:33 PM)  

these are all so great. the first one is fab! hope the knee/leg is feeling better. thanks for linking up at {in the picture} this month!

Nancy Claeys  – (March 31, 2012 at 8:35 PM)  

All great shots, Shirley. You are so photogenic. Well done. :)

Allison E  – (April 1, 2012 at 6:21 PM)  

I love your photographs! The one of you standing in the field is just amazing!

AB  – (April 7, 2012 at 6:36 AM)  

Nice shots, all of them. I especially like the portrait in the field.

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