Photo 101: Wrap Up

I’m so happy I was able to be part of the Photo 101 course once again. It’s been so much fun and the best part is seeing so many different takes on the themes we were provided with. It was nice meeting new people and gaining new followers. I want to thank everyone that stopped by throughout this past weeks and hopefully you enjoyed my posts.

Here are my “best” top 10 photos from the Photo 101:

Photo 101: Triumph


Bird sitting on top of a bush tree outside my home

Bird watching is not as easy as I thought. I’ve attempted to take a photo of a bird up close many times before it flies away and I finally succeeded!  I feel very proud of this photo and that’s why I decided to share it today on our last day of Photo 101.

I hope you like it! 🙂

Photo 101: Treasure

Today’s theme asks us to post a photo of something we treasure:

 I am grateful every day for having a wonderful family. My daughters are the most valuable treasure I have and they give me the most precious memories. I love them so much and I wouldn’t trade being their mom for anything in the world!


Their first time helping grandma with her plants

Photo 101: Architecture

Jewelry District

Jewelry District

Los Angeles Jewelry District is twelve blocks long and is one of many landmarks in L.A. The buildings have been there since the twentieth century and are now part of the historic center in Los Angeles.  “It is the largest jewelry district in the United States” and offers fine jewelry for low prices.

Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts

Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts

This building immediately caught my attention as we were driving on the freeway. I’m glad I was able to take a photo of it but I didn’t know the history behind it until I searched it up. It’s the Ramon C. Cortines High School which opened in 2009 near Downtown L.A and has been admired since then. It is a “$232 million high school in the Los Angeles Unified School District.”

Thanks for visiting! 🙂