1. Red Shoe Sunday (47/365), 2. Saturday Night (46/365), 3. Ribbon on a Kitchen Cabinet (45/365), 4. V-Day Card (42/365), 5.Bat Ears, 6. Cat Toy (40/365), 7. F O R T U N E (39/365), 8. The Moroccan (38/365), 9. Pick-a-Mug, 10. Charango, 11. Stamps (37/365), 12. ~Chocolate Icing and Almond Slivers~ (36/365)
Wow. I’ve made it 47 days into Project 365. That’s awesome, and I’m really proud of myself. Above is a mosaic of the last 12 days. I’m really loving my most recent photo of my red flats; and of course, the fortune cookie photo says a lot about this project and who I am.
In going through the photos I’ve taken so far (I’ve completed 13 percent of the entire project), I’ve realized that I love to photograph wild colors and small details. I’m really into still life, family life, food, and words. I’ve always been drawn to typography, but it was neat to create a photo of my own handwriting. I’ve never done that before. Also, the past couple of weeks, I’ve noticed that I have the most beautiful light coming into my kitchen every afternoon when I get home from work—which explains all the photos that I’ve taken on my countertops.
I’m attracted to reds, oranges, yellows, and greens; and lately, I’ve had a penchant for light sepia tones on photos that feel close to me (like images of my family and music). Also, I realized that I LOVE textures—and I find wrinkles, bubbles, cracks, and frays to be interesting to the eye.
There’s so much to be learned from one’s own Project 365 photos. I didn’t think about it until now, but when I study my Project 365 photoset on Flickr, I can see a distinct photographic style emerging. I’ll probably be able to tell more what that “style” is later on in the year, but it’s interesting to watch it develop with each post.
To see my entire Project 365 set to date, click here.