The 365 project — a self-portrait

06-In the rear view
Self portrait—in the rear view mirror, August 6, 2013

Just when I need another project, I started taking part in the 365Project. One of my photographer friends who I met last year at the Balloon Glow, and who invited me to join the West Chester Photo Club, told me about the 365project. The idea is to take a photo a day and post it on your page there. You don’t have to post every day, but the photo should be taken each day.

Like many of the other social sites, you can make friends and comment on others’ photos. I think I will be able to learn a lot about photography this way.

You can find my photos here.

If you decide to join me there, make sure and let me know. You can tell me here or friend me there. I hope you will.

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Author: CMSmith

I enjoy reading, writing, gardening, photography, genealogy and travel. I have opinions about many things, but am trying to age gracefully and not continually tick people off with them. Sometimes I can’t help myself.

10 thoughts on “The 365 project — a self-portrait”

  1. Good for you! I’ve been wanting to do something like this but have been thinking its best to wait until I retire in six months. Hmmmm….maybe I’ll do it now and join you though!

    1. Well, I have to tell you that since I started this project my blogging life has fallen off a cliff. Yikes. It is time-demanding to try to find a photo every day. I mean there are only so many photos I can take of my house, garden, and dog. So trips become necessary. That takes time. Then all the photos I end up taking have to be sorted through . . . Probably might be wise to wait. But I am having fun with it.

    1. I will probably have to resort to a lot of self-portraits if I’m going to make it through this challenge. I typically don’t like photographs of myself. Maybe with enough practice I’ll finally come up with a good one.

    1. Thanks Patti. This whole focus on photography has set me way back in my blogging if you’ve noticed that I haven’t been around. I’ll catch up someday, or die trying. 🙂

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