I finally gave up the fight against hipster aesthetics (am I subverting the hipster paradigm if I love filters unironically?) and downloaded a million of them and have been entertaining myself by taking a million pictures non stop for the last few days.
Unsurprisingly, the first handy victims were the kittens:
|Sally looking less than amused at my prodding|
We went out to The Boyfriend's parents' place this weekend and I took full advantage of the pretty scenery and his mom's flowers:
|Drought's hitting the lake pretty hard this year.|
The Monkey lined up her collection of Angry Birds plushies next to her and wanted to take a group photo. So, of course, I was only encouraged.
|Apparently the holding out her feet/hands is a think now.|
Making a picture I took this morning look faded, beat up and a million years old makes no sense, but I can't stop.
Oh, who's that at the door? Flowers? FILTER!
I wonder if it's genetic, as Pater loves to antique things when dyeing leather, as is evidenced by this super awesome journal cover he made me for Christmas.
|I didn't edit this at all and it was hard, let me tell you|
Between this and my determination to sign up for every social networking site and then never use them, I think I may need to check myself into rehab for abusing technological time wasters. In semi-related news, google+? Eight and a half million times better than facebook. As soon as I have more than two friends on it I'm totally quitting facebook with their creepy privacy policies and sketchy views on intellectual property rights forever. I for one welcome our google overlords.