Project 365 — 2014 Week 2

Another week, another batch of photos to share. Only one day on which I almost didn’t get a picture, but I finally came up with an idea. All of my photos are on Flickr. It’s kind of cool to see them in a mosaic, especially as more and more get added. This is not the first year I’ve tried to do a daily photo project, and it goes pretty well for awhile, but long about March, you’ll all have to encourage me to keep going. One thing I’ve done this year is try to simplify what I’m doing. More often than not, I’m going to use my iPhone and Instagram, which uploads straight to Flickr with a touch of a button (and then posts to Facebook, too, which I forgot was connected the first time I did it last week!) If I use my “big” camera, I’ll edit in Lightroom and then upload to Flickr. I’ve been keeping up daily with the uploading, but that may not always happen.

January 5: Sunday is popcorn and movie night. The dogs usually beg for popcorn, too…

January 5, 2014, Sunday popcorn

January 6: Thanks to the frigid weather, I was home to take delivery of my new fabric! Haven’t really bought new fabric in ages…January 6, 2014 New Fabric

January 7: You are Loved, quilted!

January 7, 2014

January 8: Self-portrait in the mirror. Three different people told me my hair looked cute today, so I though it was time to try for a new picture for social networking purposes. 82 pictures later, this is the one I picked…

January 8, 2014

January 9: The Capture Your 365 prompt was “Where I stand” — I decided to grab my feet shot at school on one of my rugs with the Redhawk logo on it….

January 9, 2014

January 10: Almost didn’t get a picture in today, no excuse, just not inspired. Decided on a screenshot of my text messages from the week with cancellations and today’s early dismissal….

January 10, 2014

January 11: Prompt was about hands, so I made Will take a picture with me. I hate showing my nailbitten fingers, but it’s funny to see how BIG his hands are!
January 11, 2014

One comment

  1. runandsewquilts says:

    You will love your ’twas the night quilt when it’s finished. Mine hung in a local library, but I was able to enjoy my daughter’s whose hung on her living room wall.

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