Day 38 finds me revisiting Day 37, as I post a slightly different take on the same view. Different time of day, slightly different positioning and a bit less cropping creates for a different photo (but in the same family).
Day 37’s photo was taken from my mom’s porch in Virginia. She has the most amazing view – it makes me a little jealous (although just a little bit). But I get to take advantage of it and get some
Day 36 – I love how the color treatment on this turned out. I was thoughtful to take close up shots of many of the balloons to take advantage of their patterns. I enhanced the details on this photo and
Day 35 goes back to another photo from a beach trip in 2013. For some reason, I always prefer these shots in black and white and I can’t tell you why. Something about the clean nature of it when the
Day 34…much like balloon festivals, farmer’s markets are amazing sources of bright colors and interesting subjects. The different textures and colors on this particular pile of root vegetables was intriguing to me, so snap snap and then I have fodder
Day 33 was an interesting challenge. I came away from the Balloon Festival with 550 some photos, half of which got discarded after first pass. But that still leaves 225 photos, of which many will be similar in look and
Day 32 – I was just saying how flowers can sometimes take all the work out of a photographer’s hands. But sometimes with plants, they are weird and interesting and unusual enough to take their photos in a different direction.
Not a lot to say about Day 31. Flowers are pretty and I enjoy taking photos of them, but I tend to do less work with them, as they are interesting subjects without a lot of work involved. —- Buy
Day 30 was an odd duck (not literally). This was originally an iPhone photo and I knew there was something about it that I liked about the streak across the sky. But in a default form, it was a little
Day 29 is a shot taken from the Freedom Balloon Festival in Zebulon, NC. Over the next few weeks, there will probably be multiple shots from this event that show up as 365 project photos, simply because it’s such fertile