Project 52 – Week 28 – Animal #Project52Photos

Project 52 - Animal (1)

Welcome to Project 52. One theme, one photo, once a week. Simple. I hope this project will help you grow as a photographer. Amy, Sarah and I are going to co-host this link up each week. Each of us will pick a favorite from the previous link up to share each week.

Another week is here and a new theme is at hand.  I so wanted something a bit different for this theme because it was such a fun topic, but alas that didn’t happen and just went with the normal.

As is my way though, before sharing my photo(s) for this week’s theme of animal, I want to share with you all my favorite photo from those that linked up last week with Patriotic.  

My personal favorite was one of Rose’s photos from Immutable Ramblings.

Project 52 - Patriotic - Favorite - Heart-Sparkler

Check out that heart sparkler, love it!

Project 52 – Week 28 – Animal

I wanted to either share a different animal with you all or get brave and go over and ask if I could take photos of the neighbor dogs because they are cutie pooties and they would have been fun to take shots of.  But I didn’t get brave and didn’t leave the house, so instead you get our cutie baby, Roxy.

Project 52 - Animal (1)

She’s shy and doesn’t much care for the camera, so her eyes quite often are shut tight.  

Project 52 - Animal (2)

Pouting because she is mad we are always leaving her in the evenings.  i.e soccer

Project 52 - Animal (3)

Hey Daddy, are you coming out?? If you aren’t, can you let me in??

I can’t wait to see your shots.  In fact, I am giddy over seeing them with my love for animals!  Now link them up below so I can ooooh and awww over them.

Here are the themes for the next 52 Weeks. Feel free to join in at any time! Project52Photos Feel free to join us on instagram using the hashtag #Project52Photos.

Project 52

This Weeks Theme: Long Exposure

Next Weeks Theme: Colorful

Grab our button and share on your blog so others will join.

Project 52


Come back next Friday and link up your “Long Exposure” photo. Long exposure may be a little difficult using a cell phone, but if you want to try check out these tips.