Project 365—Week 19

At the start of week 19, the 7 day forecast looked pretty crappy, so I chose a theme I could shoot indoors—school supplies! My theme seemed a little too easy, so I added on the challenge of making my images fit 16×9 format. I have no idea why I thought 16×9 would be a good idea. It wasn’t.

Week 19 (October 2nd – 8th)


day 127—procrastination


no. 2/HB

day 128—no.2/HB


crayola 60

day 129—crayola 60


spiral bound

day 130—spiral bound



day 131—sharpener



day 132—sharpies



day 133—paperclips

You can find all my project 365 photos here in my project 365 flickr album.

Also for The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo challenge—happy place. School supplies/stationary always takes me to my “happy place”.



24 thoughts on “Project 365—Week 19

  1. I love stationery. I used to collect it just for the merry heck of it but got that under control (enough anyway). I, therefore, enjoyed these images. I think the strongest of the bunch is the spiral bound one as the spiral of the notebook is echoed by the coiled spring in the pen.

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    • Thanks! That photo is my favourite for the very same reason. I certainly understand the temptation to collect stationary just for the heck of it. It’s hard to resist sometimes, even for me, the anti-collector. lol

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    • haha. You’re always so kind. The 16X9 format was hard for me to visualize in the camera when setting up the shot. I had to remember to leave blank space either at the top or the bottom to crop out. Sometimes that meant awkward angles. For example, the one of the paperclips, looks sort of wonky, and I think it’s just the angle I needed to hit it to make it fit. The wide format also meant that every photo needed a strong horizontal, or it looked bizarre.

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  2. Great photos – I’m an absolute sucker for stationery. Love the look of freshly sharpened coloured pencils, grouped together. It must be the teacher in me! I remember watching a Mighty Boosh comedy sketch where they had a stationery village. ALWAYS wanted to build one from supplies after that!
    Thanks for stopping by and liking my Wednesday Lensday post too!

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