Sunday, March 15, 2009

Week 11, Project 365

My hubby has kept the camera firmly strapped to his body all week. So once again I'm flagrantly forgetting the rules and posting only his photos.

Since I never saw the camera except when he was taking a shot of me.

Most of the photos are from his climb to the top of one of the nearby mountains. He went with three young folks, all in their 20s. And then he came home, ate breakfast and took a two hour nap. But at least he made it to the top! I would have probably gotten 100 yards up and wanted to stop. I seriously don't think I could have made it this far, just a bit above where the houses end. It wasn't easy but he kept plugging along...
...until they arrived at the top! They started walking at sunrise so he took lots of photos and then stitched them together to create this panoramic shot. As well as this one, once the sun was good and truly up. So what do you think of our fair city? Pretty gorgeous place we live!

When the hubby came to pick me up from art class I was ready to leave but he had me sit back down and act like I was still drawing while he took a photo of me and my art teacher. Another Marcela!

And last, but not least, one of those weird freakish things of nature. When we were making the pizza yesterday and cut into the red pepper, we found out it was pregnant! It had a tiny baby pepper inside.

As always you can see what everyone else has been doing this week by hopping over to Sara's where she has Mr. Linky working hard to connect all of us participating in Project 365!

9 comments:

fransmomma said...

i love hiking! looks like an amazing place to 'hit the trail'.
great panoramics!

sara said...

Hey the rules never said "who" has to take the pictures!!!

Love the panoramic ones...absolutely beautiful and I'm sure worth the climb in person!!!

a pregnant pepper! ha!!!

have a blessed week!

skoots1mom said...

great panoramic pics, JubiSista!!...it is beautiful.
Marcela is beautiful...is she a good art teacher? what were you drawing? (am i being too nosey?)

hey, i had a preggo pepper last week too! Isn't that interesting how one will grow inside the other...yours was better developed than mine was. (Peppers are one of my new snacks w/homemade hummus, when i get those urges toward the chip bag)...the peppers give me the crunch i need...and they're "zero" on my points list, woo hoo!

hope your sunday's going great...our dd is out of town and hubby and i did something we NEVER do...we slept in, skipped church and ate breakfast at Golden Corral...(now, i sure wanted to be bad; but i've done so good this week, i didn't want to mess it up). A mini waffle w/honey, bellpepp/onion/egg, cantaloupe/mandarin orange and coffee...so i didn't stray too far.
it's raining here and in the 40's...good blanket weather...think i'll nap before heading to youth later.
take care...

Dena said...

Those panaramic views are gorgeous!! Although, I wouldn't have been able to take the climb either, because I'm terrified of heights so I probably would have passed out long before reaching the top. HA!

Mari said...

Those panoramic shots are beautiful! I'm glad he got a shot of you in art class too!

Chel's Leaving a Legacy said...

Your hubby keeps the camera, mine keeps the computer. Between the two of us, maybe we could get a post in!! :-)

Your city is beautiful...what a gorgeous view! And the panoramas...wow!

Michelle said...

Wow, that looked like a great hike!

rita said...

Another reason to come and visit you--to climb to the top and see that view! But do you thin I could make it?
Dos Marcelas? Quiero ver una foto de la otra tambiƩn.

Becky said...

Yes, a beautiful city indeed. and I love the prego pepper. LOL!