November in Pictures 

Hello November

#hellonovember #welcomenovember #hellonovember2015 #welcomenovember2015

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Lazy Sunday

#Sunday #LazySunday #SilentSunday #StillSunday #WhatIDidToday #WhatImDoingToday #LazyDayAtHome #LazyDayOnTheCouch

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#stellermove

Give thanks

“If the only prayer you say in your life is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” – Meister Eckhart Every year, throughout the month of #November, people celebrate the true meaning behind the Thanksgiving season by doing something special. Whether it's just a daily post on social media or by volunteering for a worthy cause, we each honor the holiday in our own way. Here's my way of reminding myself (and you all) to always give thanks. #quoteoftheday #QOTD #Quote #Quotes #inspiration #motivation A little late for #mondaymotivation #mondaymantra and a little early for #GratiTuesday but oh well. #ThanksgivingTradition #Thanksgiving #Thanksgiving15 #Thanksgiving2015 #November2015 #RIBELLEphoto2015 #TheWordyTog2015 #highlightreel #2015

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#WHPspooky winners

Drinking coffee, reading the paper

#JoeysPrayer

TGIF

#Friday #tgif

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#ngconassignment #rivers

#Repost @natgeochannel ・・・ Share your river photos for a chance to be featured next week. Tag #ngconassignment!

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#WHPfuturistic

#Repost @instagram ・・・ Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPfuturistic The goal this weekend is to make pictures inspired by what you imagine fashion, architecture and everyday life will look like in the future. Here’s how to get started: Science fiction books and films are a great place to find inspiration. Think of what clothes people will be wearing, the types of homes they’ll live in and what exciting new technology will be part of our daily activities. The future is often associated with space travel. Find outdoor settings that look like other planets, or transform your home into the inside of an intergalactic spaceship. Play with costumes and props to make futuristic portraits, or look in public for natural displays of modern people or buildings ahead of their time. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPfuturistic hashtag only to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any tagged photo taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com Photo by @mayercuamatzi

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Camping invitation

Tent cleaning

Veterans Day

#VeteransDay #VeteransDay15 #VeteransDay2015 #HappyVeteransDay

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#VeteransDay #VeteransDay15 #VeteransDay2015 #HappyVeteransDay

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#ngconassignment #smalltowns

#WHPfoundframes

#Repost @instagram ・・・ Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPfoundframes The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos with natural frames by using objects in your surroundings to create borders around your subjects. Here’s how to get started: Think of different sized objects you can photograph through that will add an interesting shape or color to your pictures — like the holes of a fence or screen, a section of stained glass, or small straws or tubes you can point your lens on. Pay attention to layers in your composition. Create more depth by placing your frame in the foreground and keeping your subject in the background (as far back as it needs to be to fit nicely within your frame). Experiment with putting your natural frame both in and out of focus, to draw more attention to your subject or the frame itself. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPfoundframes hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com Photo by @thisisray

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Amber’s bonfire pic

Perkins throwback

Haha #throwback #6yearsago Thanks #facebook I had forgotten all about the Perkins #foodfight

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Our Campsite

Stargazing

Sparks

#stellermirror

Monday Memoirs

#3yearsago today was when I posted this gem for the first time. #prayinghands #memoirmonday

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#4yearsago today #memoirmonday

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Night cooking

#WHPfamilyrecipe

#Repost @instagram ・・・ Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPfamilyrecipe The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos of the food traditions that bring your family together. Here’s how to get started: Pay attention to details to photograph while you’re cooking, like colorful ingredients, worn recipe cards and special table settings. Use video to capture the process of making a meal, not just the plated dish — with a focus on lively moments like tossing pizza dough or precisely chopping a row of fresh vegetables. Tell more of the visual story behind your favorite recipes by sharing who you eat your meals with, where it is that you cook and the ways we come together around food. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPfamilyrecipe hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com Featured photo by @jamescollier

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#StellerFamily

Facebook morning

Holiday countdown

How about a #realitycheck on how quickly this year is winding down?! #countdown to #theholidays #holidayseason

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Bonfire posting

#WHPhandmade

#Repost @instagram ・・・ Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPhandmade The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos that feature artisanal crafts or your own handmade projects. Here’s how to get started: Use lighting and framing to highlight details that set crafted items apart. Share the story behind a homespun project — incorporate an artisan or craftsperson within their shop or workspace, reveal a work in progress, or use video to capture a project step-by-step. Be on the lookout for handmade objects in everyday life, such as recycled or creatively repurposed items. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPhandmade hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured Monday. For more examples and inspiration, check out blog.instagram.com Featured video by @tortus_copenhagen

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Chocolate understands

#chocolate 😋 #Repost @jennzorro

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Easier/stronger

#Stellerthankful

Memoirs

#1yearago via @memoir

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#1yearago #mountainview #hikingtrail

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Adele posting from FB

Shared this on FB earlier today and after 65+ likes, I guess I should share it on here too

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#selfiesunday

Reposted

#Repost @lucyhale ・・・ Truth truth truth.

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#Repost @sophiabush ・・・ A good barometer when making choices… #MondayMantra 👊🏼 #SoulOverEgo

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#Repost @lucyhale

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