Well I am winding down to the end of Project 365. 364 days ago I decided to try shooting a minimum of one photo everyday for a full year. Tomorrow I take the last shot of that project, but for now, here are a few from the final week. Like the entire project, some are better than others.
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I went to take some pictures for a friend of mine today. He wanted some pictures taken of his new house before he moves in, and I just couldn’t resist taking a few ‘creative’ shots while I was there.
Day 59 of Project 365. I saw the box of poker chips and thought I’d see if I could come up with something interesting.
I am an old school flickr guy. I was on flickr prior to yahoo. And while I think smugmug does a much better job displaying my pictures, flickr to me, is all about the community. That being said, there has been a project group floating around flickr for a few years called Project 365. You can probably figure out from the name what it’s all about, but just to make it clear, you take a picture that kind of represents your day, every day for a whole year. Now you don’t have to post it every day, you can bulk load when you get the time, but there has to be one picture for every day.
This project has always intimidated me. I just didn’t think I would be able to follow through with it, but I have decided to put my nose to the grindstone and try. I have successfully completed the National Novel Writing Month project (write a minimum 50,000 word novel during the month of November) as well as two National Podcast Post Month projects (produce and post a podcast every day for the month of November). I even was able to do NaNoWriMo and NaPodPoMo simultaneously this past year. Based on this, I am fairly confident I can do it for a month…a year, I’m not so sure about.
But since I am going to try this, I’m gonna share a few Project 365 pix every so often here at hoboslanding and what kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t show you the very first snapshot.
Although I am somewhat ashamed to admit it, this is how I start almost every single day. This is my burst of caffine. Some people hit the coffee pot, I hit the dew. So what better way to start off the project with something representing the way I start each day?