BUT! We’re back on track! Our ridiculously slow internet in the hotel is working today (sort of), and we’ve had a quiet week, so here we go!
This is my second year of working on a 365 photo project and you would think that Brian would be used to me stopping at least once a day to take a weird or awkward photo, but I don’t think he ever will be. He smiles and shakes his head at me as I get the same odd looks from bystanders while I wedge myself between fire trucks, or take close up shots of my wine glass, or sneaky shots of him while he’s working.
Sometimes it’s an easy photo to take, just a quick snapshot of a living room maybe? And sometimes it’s one that probably makes no sense to someone watching me. A close up of the bamboo in the lobby? Why?
Because it works for me. At least it’s a little easier to pull off than last year’s “From Where I Stand” project. I got to be the freak who took photos of her feet every day for a year. Otherwise known as “How to alienate strangers and confuse your friends”.
But I can still say I’m so glad I’m doing this. Both last year’s project, and this year’s, are making me look around to catch moments of our day, and are giving me a record of the little things that make up our life. I have little glimpses into days that I otherwise might have forgotten.
How do you remember? Do you keep a journal? A blog? Do you photograph? Do you keep it in your head and hope for the best?
I hope you’ll add your link below and share your favorite photos of the past week. Share a glimpse of your life with us.
This linkup works best if you also visit the others who have linked, and leave a comment for them telling them how you found them. We have a good group, and some very talented photographers. I hope you enjoy looking at each others photos as much as I do! A special thanks to those of you who keep coming back every week to share. I love seeing your links join the list!
Thanks also to The Boy and Me for hosting the original 365 linkup. I still love seeing everyone’s photos over there, and really appreciate the work that goes in to maintaining it every week.