Macro Foray

An extremely busy and frenzied day at school beginning with an Easter egg hunt at 9:00am which lasted about 15 seconds and got the kids so riled up it was hard to bring them back down to a manageable level. School-wide spelling bee in the afternoon in which one of my first grade students spelled down everyone but the third grade contestant. I had a very upset and crying boy in my arms when he lost. We were all very proud of him. A brief Spring “Snack” ended the day with sugared up children.

GGA, I was glad to see my photo friends for a picture taking evening. I took a lot of pictures and was very excited to make my first foray into macro photography thanks to MB loaning me her lens. (I must have one!) None of them really turned out but it doesn’t matter. I would remember all the laughs and new sign language even without any pictures.

73/365

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8 comments on “Macro Foray

  1. Oh, Paige…you are one fantastic person, you know that? I am so inspired by your foray into all things photographic. It is so wonderful to see you so passionate and stimulated and that is a very cool salt shaker pic!Love,Maddy

  2. We'll have to go take some more macro pics soon. I know you'll love it once you get the hang of it. I had a blast with you guys tonight and always appreciate the laughter and tears and everything in between.

  3. 1) I'm glad we don't do all of that at the high school level. I would be on sensory overload. 2) I never that I'd find a salt shaker interesting- so, good job!

  4. Poor kid. Too bad he doesn't realize how fantastic that is. Love the salt shaker. Isn't it amazing how interesting things are you stop and just look at them.

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