2.05.2012

just lately.

in You we live, in You we move, in You we have our being
You're glorious, You're holding us together, all together
You are everything good, You are everything beautiful....You make everything beautiful
brother moon | gungor








Just lately: absolutely no snow, making travel plans, church, seeing friends, photoshoots, editing said photoshoots, work, walks, doing dishes while dancing to loud music, anticipation, experimenting with double-exposures, rearranging, spur of the moment trips to the library, hilarious attempts at grocery shopping by myself, re-doing the bulletin board, projects, teaching Sunday school {best thing ever}, Gungor's music, good news.

As far as today goes? Church, time with friends, laughter, football {duh?}, a party, cleaning, a little work, and relaxing.

How's life been lately, for you?
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10 comments:

  1. the fourth and sixth photos. love your new design! :))
    -jocee <3

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  2. love these double exposer photos! and the design :)))

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  3. i've been experimenting with this, as well. yours are amazing! i love the pretty light in the third one. and your design is lovely :)

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  4. These photos are so neat!! How do you do that?

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    1. thank you all so much!
      tessa-- I layered one photo on top of the other in Photoshop, then changed the opacity of the top one so that I could see the bottom one through it. does that make sense? thanks again!

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  5. Wow! Those photos are really cool!

    (www.katieskornerhere.blogspot.com.au)

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  6. these are all so pretty! loving your new design too. xo

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  7. all of these are so pretty! i've been wanting to try double exposure lately, too bad i don't have any photo editing systems.

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  8. I like your pictures. How did you make them look like that?

    Would you like to check out my blog?
    http://godsgirlz1.wordpress.com

    ~Godsgirlz1

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    1. Hi! Basically, I just layered one photo on top of the other in Photoshop, then changed the opacity of the top one so that I could see the bottom one through it.

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