Take a Picture…The Aftermath of Thanksgiving

by Tania Ginoza on November 28, 2012 · 22 comments

How was your Thanksgiving weekend? Mine was filled with family, ono food, beach walks and bunnies.  That’s right. You heard me, bunnies.

After eating several rounds of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and pumpkin crunch on Thursday and Black Friday,  I was filling a bit puffy.  So on Saturday I decided to take a long beach walk in the morning. I walked oceanside along Mokapu, Keawekapu and the Kamaole beaches.  I marveled at how beautiful the waves look as the white foam eases to shore, felt inspired by my sneak peek of a yoga class with an ocean view, was envious of the boaters prepping their vessels for the day and smiled at the dogs joyfully running through the grass.  While I walked off my indulgence, I filled up my soul.

While I walked the shore and others shopped, my mother visited the Maui Humane Society.  She felt she has time and space to offer furry friends who need a loving home.  She selected three cashmere lop bunnies (we think, after quick rabbit research courtesy of google).  There is a beautiful grey bunny with grey eyes. Then there is the black one who is still very cashmere-like but the ears aren’t quite as floppy as the other two.  Finally, there’s this one who is tan on top, silvery on bottom and touches of black and grey here and there. All three are too cute for words with their big hind feet, abundance of soft fur and constantly wiggling noses. I felt like I was in elementary school again because I couldn’t stop playing with the bunnies.

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Mahalo to everyone who participated in last week’s red link up.  I confess I’m not really a red person as far as colors go but it was definitely fun to see the “red” in everyone’s lives.

Next week’s prompt is:

Black & White

You can take this prompt and run with it literally by shooting black and white objects or changing your shots to monochrome during editing.  I recommend iPiccy as a free online photo editing and effects resource.  You could also apply the prompt in a less literal way, as in “there is no black and white solution to that issue”.  


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