2019 Project 365: July Part I

True story: July is my favorite month. It’s the time of year I dream about the whole rest of the year. If the entire year could be July, I really wouldn’t mind. The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. Long lazy summer days and warm nights are the best combination ever! As a RI family photographer, it’s also one of my busiest months.

Now that it’s well into August, I figured it was time to share some images from the first half of July. I spent much of it sitting on my deck for early breakfasts or waiting for hummingbirds, in the ocean when time allowed, and eating all the fresh fruits and vegetables that summer brings. Swiss chard and fresh onions for days? Yes please! There were also walks with the dog, daylilies, fireworks, watermelon, and more.

To see more of what July held, take a look below.

July 1 • Sand

My sea glass collection, all found in the sand, all made from sand, in a glass bottle made from sand, and coral found in the sand.

bottle with sea glass

July 2 • Sandwich

It’s not often that I eat sandwiches, but when I do, there’s horseradish involved.

Boar’s Head horseradish

July 3 • Door

Birkenstocks near front door

July 4 • My country

fireworks in Narragansett, RI

July 5 • Sunset

This was a very cloudy day and the sunset was not spectacular. So I took a photo of what went on at sunset, my beloved day lilies closing for the day.

native day lilies in South Kingstown, RI

July 6 • Seashells

macro image of tiny seashells

July 7 • Chair

kitchen chair

July 8 • Cherries

cherries in a bowl

July 9 • T is for…

Toes!

woman sitting at table on deck with close up of her feet

July 10 • Ring

ring with garnet

July 11 • Loud

Nature sure shows us lot of loud colors.

bright pink bee balm

July 12 • Square

kitchen table with business card and papers on top

July 13 • Path

dog on a path in Wakefield, RI

July 14 • Picnic

I have little picnics on my own back deck. Watermelon is my favorite.

watermelon in a bowl on a patio table

July 15 • Macro Monday

small ant on rudbeckia bloom

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