This is my contribution to Karma’s When I Feel Like It Blog’s February’s Photo Hunt. The deadline was yesterday and I hope a day late is okay since we have 1 extra day this month.
Flake, we were fortunate enough to get some snow this month on February the 19th, it couldn’t have come in a better time.
Bow, I had to go into my photo archive for this one. This picture was taken December 25, 2010 at Disney Magic Kingdom’s evening parade.
Mug, I didn’t try to go into a neighborhood to get mugged, and I think my camera would be the first to go so instead I took a picture of my coffee mug this morning. I know it is not as exciting as an image of me getting mugged.
Row, my sister germinates her seeds for spring planting. She has the seeds in each bowl wrapped in wet paper towel and labeled them in Lao language.
Bun, I have a Lao bun image here, also know as Kao Thom Mud. Mud means to tie and not the mud in the English language. Kao Thom Mud is a Lao dessert steamed sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves and tied with a rope.
I think Chinese Moon Cake could pass for a Chinese bun. It was good by the way. 🙂
Karma said to look for heart shapes in unusual places. Lee posed one for the assignment.
Bonus: leap – in honor of ”leap day” at the end of this month. I’ve been fascinating with Natsumi Hayashi’s self portrait photography of her levitation at yowayowa camera woman diary. It looks to me like she is flying and she is not Photoshopping her images either but she takes images of herself jumping up until she gets the right pose and composition that she is looking for. This could be as many as hundreds of jumping up and down.
As for today’s levitation Lee agreed to levitate for me. It is not the exact shot that I was looking for, but I made her jump one time too many and this is my image in honor of a leap day February 29, 2012.