Cari over at Clan Donaldson offers an interesting photographic tip:
Today, I'd like to try out a photography technique I was taught by my sweet Great Uncle Jim. Every memory I have of Uncle Jim includes a camera. He was always taking pictures.
(He also had a Purple Heart medal. An actual Purple Heart. Sometimes he'd take it out of its case and show it to me. So cool.
The one piece of photographic advice he gave was this, "Always include some red in a picture".
She gave several examples and darn if a touch of red doesn't make a picture pop! I confused
the Lesson of the Week (add a little red) with the Theme of the Week (piles), so here's my contribution to the photo round up:
If I were sticking to the theme of piles, my archives are full of photos that foot the bill:
The other day I told John to put "put everything in the toy box." He did as he was told. I wish I had snapped a picture of that pile.
Head over to Cari's and add your pictures.