|Today’s blog post is about fun. What do I do for fun? Well, for me, documenting the beauty of my environment is fun. Recently, I did a 366-day photography project. The goal of the project was to take at least one picture a day for an entire year. There were days when it was difficult to find something to photograph. Nevertheless, I did manage to take a picture a day for the year. The project helped me to be a better observer of my environment and to always find something beautiful, even in places where beauty is not expected.
So, for me, taking pictures of pretty much anything is fun. It is fun to look at those pictures a day later, a week later, a month later, or ever a year later, and see where I’ve been on all adventures, big and small.
8 thoughts on “Fun and photography”
Wow! I LOVE the photo with the orange mushrooms! Wonderful photos!
I really like the picture of Norma and 'Santa'! Please tell me they are a couple!!!!
They are not a couple but they should be. They really look lovely together.
I crochet – and take pictures. In fact, I've taken over 950 pictures with a new iPhone since getting it at the end of July. Yikes! I'd better start deleting! Or crocheting more.
One thing I haven't tried to do is a photography challenge. Perhaps I should.
I love the heart shaped tree trunk! Isn't it fun when we love something we do so much?
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I like the variety of beautiful subjects you have found to photograph.
Do you have any tips on editing pictures for this blog?
I used to take photographs of everything. But, now, my digital and film cameras sit on the shelf, rarely joining me on my daily exploits. (They even fail to leave the luggage area on trips.)
Your blog reminds me that there is no need to own great cameras that collect dust!