It’s been 100 days since I started my Project 365! It’s hard to believe this much time has passed already. I’m enjoying the project very much, and I can see that I’ve learned a lot from all the people in my photography group, as well as from my own images. Here’s a recap for this past week. As always, CC (constructive criticism) is welcome!
Day 92 (January 31, 2014): This photo (and the next one) continues with the “serenity” theme from my photography group. Serenity Day 6 — This is a lake near our home that is completely frozen over and some bluffs in the background. It’s beautiful, but absolutely frigid. There are ice fisherman who spend their weekends on this lake. You couldn’t pay me enough to do that!
Day 93 (February 1, 2014): Serenity Day 7 — Crocheting in the evening = cozy!
Day 94 (February 2, 2014): Liquid – Day 1 (This is for another theme for one of my photography groups. It’s not a spectacular photo, but the only liquid that I thought would look interesting that day). This is a mini beer glass from the brewery we visited in Brazil a little over a month ago (filled with one of their artisanal beers). Mmmmm….
Day 95 (February 3, 2014): Liquid – Day 2 (This is an old picture from last fall, but it fits with the liquid theme. I loved how the street lamps in the background created a soft bokeh here).
Day 96 (February 4, 2014): Needle and thread (Yes, I gave up on the liquid theme! 😉 ). Also, I didn’t see how much noise there was in this photo until I put it online. It looks a bit better in my editing software, but I should have brought down my ISO on this one.
Day 97 (February 5, 2014): Flowers and yarn. This was the finished newborn sweater I made last week.
Day 98 (February 6, 2014): Bedtime reading. I keep this basket on the shelf of my nightstand with books I would like to read in my free time, which usually only happens before bed. Some of these books have been in this basket for a year….gotta work on that.
Have you been working on any of your goals for at least 100 days? Do you have a stack of books at home at all times that you want to read? I have several stacks 😉