Project 365: Week 10 Recap

16 Jan



It’s already been 10 weeks! I’m a bit behind in posting this recap, but better late than never. I tried to stick with a theme this week based on my friend Mary‘s idea, but for some reason I started midweek?! Anyways, You’ll  see that some of these photos have a “red” theme, and the first couple do not. We’ve been traveling, so sticking to the theme was not so easy for me this time around. Maybe I will be able to stick to one a bit later this winter. Enjoy! {As always, constructive criticism is most welcome.}

Day 64 (January 3, 2014): Blades of green

Day64_Blades of greenDay 65 (January 4, 2014): Yellow buds

Day65_Yellow budsDay 66 (January 5, 2014): Pomegranate after the rain

Day66_Pomegranate after rainDay 67 (January 6, 2014): Fresh tomatoes

Day67_Fresh tomatoesDay 68 (January 7, 2014): Dragon fruit (in Brazil they call these red Pitaias, so I’m sticking to my theme here… 😉  )

Day68_Pitaia (Dragon fruit)Day 69 (January 8, 2014): Red basket {We spent this entire day in the airport, so this is the only shot I got.}

Day69_Red basketDay 70 (January 9, 2014): Red flowers at sunset {I love the bokeh created by the tree and the sunset shining through on the left.}

Day70_Flowers at sunset

Are you sticking to any themes for your Project 365?








Posted by on January 16, 2014 in Photography, Travel


2 responses to “Project 365: Week 10 Recap

  1. Mary Goldau

    January 17, 2014 at 7:35 am

    Love these pictures. I really like the depth they have and definitely the bokeh in Day 70. Awesome job!

    Theme-wise I don’t have one for this week. But generally will be looking to get into something a bit more philosophical (not my idea, but from a photography group I meet with) for example “Less is More”. But this will require much more thought as well as planning and I don’t know if I am there yet.

    What about you? Thoughts on your next theme?

    • mypersonalcoffeebreak

      January 17, 2014 at 9:02 am

      Thank you!! I saw a theme in one of my photography groups that is “faces in random places” (think car bumper and headlights make a face). I’m not sure if I’ll go with that or just continue my own “non-theme”. haha I love the “less is more” theme! If you do it, you could take photos of very simple scenes or objects, without much clutter and with a lot of meaning. Can’t wait to see what you do!


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