Imua: 365 Days on da Bloggie

K’den. Mahalo to all of you who encouraged me to do this. I’m already feeling so much better about doing it here! I’ll probably do about ten days per post.

January 1st

Daily Hummingbird
Plying yarn.
Cool patterns on the lānai. And snow!

January 2nd:

Daily Hummingbird
Snow is melting

January 3rd:

Plenny water in the ditch next to our gravel road.
Daily Hummingbird

January 4th:

Daily Hummingbird
Old barn in the rain.
Old house in the rain.

January 5th:

Daily Hummingbird
Cool snowflakes that my friend made.
Still plenny water.

January 6th:

Daily Hummingbird.
Food deliveries to farm families.
ʻOno treat on our way to Nolemanaʻs retinology appointment.
Plenny rain still!

January 7th:

Daily Hummingbird.
After da windstorm.
After da windstorm.
Nani sunset.

January 8th:

Daily Hummingbird.
Did more plying.
Loving the color changes! This is the same bobbin as the one above.

January 9th:

Daily Hummingbird.

Daily Hummingbird.
It was our anniversary today, so we drove up to Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge, a favorite spot.
Swans at Ridgefield.
Great Blue Heron
Ukumillion Canada Geese
Mt St. Helens
Mt Hood

January 10th

Daily Hummingbird
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8 Responses to Imua: 365 Days on da Bloggie

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    What a wonderful thing!!! Daily (every 10 days) photo posts! You always have such wonderful shots- I like the old blue house in the rain and LOVE your yarn!!! I look forward to more oxoxoxox

  2. AFK says:

    I *love* the Daily Hummingbird! And da ukumillion geese–I thought those were rocks in the field! Love all of your photos, Moki-chan. I look forward to seeing what else you photograph.

    • Mokihana says:

      I’m glad you like the daily hummingbird! I almost didn’t do it but then got kinda addicted to it. The geese photo is really junk, and I had a terrible time trying to capture them. They definitely look like rocks, don’t they? Honking rocks!

      • AFK says:

        I don’t think the geese photo is junk–the lighting is good, the composition is good. It’s just that there are SO MANY OF THEM! And they’re all eating with their heads down.

  3. Mokihana says:

    Tons of them for sure! I had a really hard time trying to photograph them. Mahalo for the encouragement!

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