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Project 365—Week 52 (+)

I did it! I achieved my goal of capturing a photo a day for a year. It was fun, but I’m glad that it’s over. Here are the final 9 photos of my project 365 366.

May 20th – May 28th

pizza night

day 358—pizza night

 

forget-me-nots

day 359—forget-me-nots

 

stop

day 360—stop

 

saw

day 361—saw

 

fuzz

day 362—fuzz

 

first cherry blossoms

day 363—first cherry blossoms

 

black and white greenhouse

day 364—black and white greenhouse

 

fiddlehead

day 365—fiddlehead

 

pink tulip

day 366 (because it’s a leap year)—pink tulip 

 

Thanks so much for all your “likes” and kind comments on this year long project of mine. You kept me going on days I didn’t want to shoot. And now that I’ve said that, I’m remembering the day I most wanted to quit—September 19th. I had the worst headache of my life, but I dragged myself out of bed, and made my way to woods next to my house to shoot the first thing I could find that would fit my “texture” theme for that week. I literally crawled part way back out of the woods after getting the job done. I was in agony, but I’m so glad I decided not to quit that day.

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

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26 thoughts on “Project 365—Week 52 (+)

  1. Many congratulations once again Amy; a real achievement, particularly for September 19th. You can take it easy now that the pressure is off. I know the feeling only too well. Wishing you a happy June…Andrew

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  2. Stupendous photos and too many cheers to you for achieving your goal. I shall have to paw through and view some of your photos from this past year. I really loved the furry fiddle-head and “stop” in this series, though I just loved them all.

    All the best,

    smiling toad

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  3. Stop is brilliant and the mono greenhouse has real impact. Well done. You must have been driven to complete the series. Although I post a picture every day (it’s almost 5 years now) I don’t believe that I could cope with the pressure of taking one worth posting each day, so well done. It must be a good way of getting to know how to create images.
    Regards
    John

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    • Thanks! I think I’m more stubborn than driven. Sadly, I’ve fallen out of the daily habit, and my creativity is suffering as a result. I wanted to “play” with my camera yesterday, and I really struggled to find an interesting subject and perspective. I must get back into practice!

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