|Day 1. Self Portrait|
|Day 2. My Favourite Thing|
In the absence of members of my human family...
|Day 3. Shoes|
Quite a cross-section.
|Day 4. Something New|
|Day 5. Animal|
Being otherwise occupied all day, I had few opportunities to catch a shot of an animal- until the evening when the hares were hopping about in abundance (maybe that should be bunny-dance) Being sensitive to observers, they didn't hang about for long and knew just where to move to be into what I discovered as, the poor digital zoom end of the G12. I refrained from returning another time to gain a better image. After all, this is a daily challenge.
|Day 6. Clouds|
The previous day had produced THE most wonderful clouds and I was fearful that the blanket that shrouded our region was going to hang around for the whole day, thus creating a failure in this challenge. Thankfully the wind picked up high above and blew back the covering, reavealing these lovely cirrus clouds in the evening sky.
|Day 7. My Favourite Colour|
|Day 8. Someone I Love|
|Day 9. Something I ate|
|Day 10. Something I do every day|
|Day 11. Flower|
|Day 12. A place I visit often|
|Day 13. Reminds me of my childhood|
|Day 14. In my bag|
|Day 15. Transport|
|Day 16. Technology|
|Day 17. Something I dislike|
|Day 18. Sunset|
|Day 19. Night time|
|Day 20. Where I sleep|
|Day 21. In the fridge|
Just goes to prove that the light really does go off when the fridge door is closed!
|Day 22. Something I drank|
|Day 23. A gift someone gave me|
|Day 24. Something home made|
These are hand made-home made. A selection of my hand printed and hand bound books
|Day 25. My front door|
'Kept for best' as we use the back door.
|Day 26. View from my window|
I love trees but we have a mass of wayward non-native acacia set to engulf a native chestnut.
|Day 27. Something in my bathroom|
In my bathroom I have a dripping tap.
|Day 28. Something sparkly|
|Day 29. A pretty pattern|
|Day 30. On the shelf|
The list for this challenge was provided by Christina - thank you. It has been interesting to decide each day, exactly how to fulfil the brief. Some days were easy, some days were hard, due to lack of subject or time restraints but all photographs (except the one mentioned above) were taken on the day.
For anyone thinking they might like to be a photographer, I recommend carrying out a challenge such as this. It sharpens the eye, the camera and post production techniques and gives great discipline to turn around a piece of work in a day. Try it!
365 Challenge? Well now...