well, this is it. one photo a day for an entire year. didn’t miss a single one, although I had to use alternate cameras a couple of times, and had to buy a new one in the middle. there are a few pictures that I really like: October 6, June 14 , July 2, January 15, to name a few. Some photos were pretty crappy, but at least I took them!
I’m pretty pleased with myself for managing to succeed with this. I’ve definitely developed more of an eye for what will make an interesting picture and learned to use my camera. *So while I think Project365 itself may be over, I’m going to continue to carry my camera around, just in case there’s something interesting to see. If there is, I’ll be sure to post it here. And who knows…maybe I’ll try this again someday.
my coworker has a bunch of these little plastic babies and they kind of creep me out, but they do wind up in some pretty amusing situations around the office. Like at the beach with ET, for example.
One of the goals of this project was to develop a better eye for photos. I certainly got more experimental with my photography as the year went on, and got to know my camera’s features. So I suppose my eye did improve. What do you think?
I can’t believe there’s only 2 days left of Project365. I absolutely never thought I’d make it this far, but now I feel pressure to make my ending photos really amazing! Ack!!
shortly after we moved, friends gave us this small statue of a winged lion as a gift. It’s very cool, and I don’t know why I didn’t take a picture of it earlier, since it is also quite photogenic.
We went out this afternoon to get more fish for the tank. After we moved, some of them didn’t survive the stress, and then the tank had a fungus problem. Hopefully, everything is settled out now, and the new fish will thrive.
It would appear that Parker is also a fan of the Mrs. Murphy mysteries. I can hardly blame him–they are a lot of fun to read.
Much like little kids, what cats really get excited about on Christmas is the wrapping paper. And what better thing to find inside your wrapping paper than a nice warm Winnie!
We celebrated Christmas Eve in the way Our People have done for generations…we went out for Chinese food. Which was a lot more fun than ripping up toilet paper (you’ll just have to click on the link for an explanation).
I can’t help but wonder who thought it was a good idea to make Christmas lights shaped like the Pillsbury dough boy.
At least they don’t replicate his annoying little giggle.
I have never been any good at making paper dolls. I always seem to fold them wrong. My coworker made these. She’ crafty. I’m not. But I’m OK with that–I got other mad skillz.