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Project 365—Week 50

It’s that time again—time for my project 365 weekly wrap up. Only two more to go after this one!

Week 50 (May 6th – May 12th)

Yes, I really did make Halloween coasters today (May 6th).

day 344—Yes, I really did make Halloween coasters today (May 6th).

 

chestnut

day 345—chestnut

 

rock wall

day 346—rock wall

 

my new compost sieve (and its squiggly shadows)

day 347—my new compost sieve (and its squiggly shadows)

 

ophthalmology

day 348—ophthalmology

 

ladies in waiting

day 349—ladies in waiting

 

community garden planning

day 350—community garden planning

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

 

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9 thoughts on “Project 365—Week 50

    • My father has the habit of leaving his lawnmowers (or lawnmower tractor) on the grass wherever he finished mowing. He NEVER puts them away. They ALWAYS stay on the lawn until someone else moves them. About a week ago, he took them out (winter) storage, and dropped them there. Unless somebody else moves them, they will stay in that spot until June when the lawn needs to be mowed.

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    • Thanks, Mara! This weekend I made Christmas ones. I’ll probably make more Christmas ones in the next few days. I am a vendor at a Christmas Craft sale every November. I never seem to have enough time to make all the things I want to make, so this year I started in January. I’m pretty proud of myself for being on the ball for a change. 🙂

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    • Thanks, Chris! One thing this project has done for me is gotten me very comfortable with manual mode. At the start of this project, I could not for the life of me figure out how to use the camera’s light meter. As for my creativity… I’ve gotten really lazy in the last few months. I think my photos were better at the start then they are now. That’s mostly because I’m getting bored with the project. I’m ready for it to be over. I have a feeling my photos will have a different “feel” when I get back to shooting for the fun of it (instead of because I’m forcing myself to shoot when I’d rather be doing something else).

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