1.24.2008

My 365 Project

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a great photo project website, PhotoJojo

It had a suggestion for a 365-day project that I quite liked, which is to take one picture every day for a year, on the premise that it would be cool to look back on a collection of photographs that document an entire year in one's life. Now, this may sound easy to anyone with a camera and a spare second, but I have actually found it to be a pleasant creative challenge to make sure I am photographing something new everyday. Since I use film, as opposed to a digital camera, by pictures will come in installments. I missed a few days on this go-around, but I hope to not miss anymore.


January 6- one of my favorite curves on the road
between here and Nacogdoches, where my extended family resides



January 10
Here is one of the two teacup&saucers that
Mitch gave to me for Christmas. I adore them.

January 12
I made this! I got the idea for this stand-up jewelry box
from a magazine. It is a shadow box, lined with paper,
with two knobs and a key holder punched through the back.


I made blueberry love muffins for my flatmates.


January 13
Self-portrait in my happy little room,
in my new dress. Though it is completely out of focus,
I am quite fond of this picture.



January 14
My shelf life. Before the addition of my
new bookshelf (not pictured), my at-hand books
were all crammed on this shelf on the wall.


January 15
Chicken! Peppers! Potatoes! Asparagus!


January 16
The first meeting of the leaders of the Literary Revolution!
That might sound comical, but we met to discuss the
community of young thinkers, readers, scientists,
poets, and people, that we are about to launch.


January 17
Dallas Museum of Art.



January 18
Self-portrait taken after the last day
of my mini-term, on which I wore the new dress
and performed a new poem.


January 20
Upon realizing that my pink and white outfit matched
the entire bathroom at this movie theater.


January 21
A lanky charmer.


January 23
Holding the plane he constructs daily.

2 comments:

Steph said...

Very cool...my creative, crafty friend Casey is also doing this kind of project.
Here the link if you're interested:
caseybaudoinsnaps.blogspot.com

Dani Beth said...

May I steal this uber creative idea? Also, hi! I freakishly found your bloggy.