Three weeks into this project, I'm starting to feel a little challenged. I know, I know, that's the whole point of doing a 365, isn't it? I have always loved photography, as long as I can remember. I bought my first camera with my own money when I was six, maybe seven. It's always come pretty naturally to me, but this project is pushing me to really look at the world around me, and find something interesting about it. One part of me feels like I should "go out" and take pictures, but it's unrealistic to think I can turn every day into a photo shoot. Every picture this week was either taken in our home or within walking distance. Some photos I'm really happy with... a couple of them... Eh.
I am loving the linky's and exploring everyone else's blogs and photos. I love that people from all walks of life and all parts of the world are participating, and I love seeing just a bit into their lives. I love that amateurs and professional photographers are participating, and I'm learning a little bit from everybody.
Are you starting to feel the challenge? What are your sources of inspiration? What's your favorite thing so far about doing a 365 Project?
I'm so glad you stopped by! If you're doing your own project, please be sure to leave a comment so I can visit you, too!
And on to week 3...
Day 23: January 22
|Me and my girls! I seem to remember Older Daughter saying "let's pretend to be asleep!" She looks very convincing, doesn't she?|
Day 22: January 21
|This is the same tree, close up, SOOC. You can see, it's completely falling apart, yet continues to stand proudly.|
Day 21: January 20
Day 20: January 19
|Just trying something a little different today... this is at the edge of our woods at the dead end of the street.|
Day 19: January 18
Day 18: January 17
|School's out, and it just seemed like the perfect day to have scrambled eggs and toast with my Mom's homemade strawberry jelly for lunch. Yum.|
Day 17: January 16
|"I know, Mommy! You can take a picture of my ponies! Here, I'll arrange them for you"|