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Project 365: Week 16 Recap

22 Feb

Back again, and here is Week 16!

Day 106 (February 14, 2014): Icy ropes at the pier

Day106_Ice at the pierDay 107 (February 15, 2014): Love never abandoned (I found this flower left by Jim for his love, Joyce. It was the only brick not covered in snow at the park that day, and I thought, “What a lovely moment to capture.” At the same time, I almost felt like I was witnessing a private moment that I shouldn’t be.)

Day107_Love never abandonedDay 108 (February 16, 2014): Icy Mississippi river (I may blow this shot up to a larger size and frame it later on in the year….when winter is over!)

Day108_Icy riverDay 109 (February 17, 2014): “Bubbler” (This is the word I keep hearing people use for a water fountain….wondering if this is an upper midwest term.)

Day109_BubblerDay 110 (February 18, 2014): Mosaic

Day110_MosaicDay 111 (February 19, 2014): Almonds (I’m not very happy with this shot. There are a lot of things I’d change…remove the almonds in the upper left-hand corner that fall in the shadow of the ramekin, or possibly shoot directly from above and leave only the almonds in the ramekin without the others scattered around.)

 

Day111_AlmondsDay 112 (February 20, 2014): Car wash

Day112_Car wash

 

Constructive criticism welcome, as always!

 
2 Comments

Posted by on February 22, 2014 in Photography

 

2 responses to “Project 365: Week 16 Recap

  1. Mary

    February 23, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    All great! I really love the first three though I feel they are each some how emotional, in different ways – they convey something. Well done my friend!

     

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