Project 52: My Life in Pictures {Week 6} 5 comments


This year I’m participating in three different photography challenges. I know, I know. I do this every year and by the middle of February I tap out. Well, this year is different. These are 52 week projects, so I’m only obligated to take 3 photos a week instead of 1 photo a day. You see, the problem with 1 photo a day is there’s a lot of pressure. And that pressure can be overwhelming, especially when you want to make sure that the photos you post are decent.

With these projects, I’m easing the pressure and focusing less on perfection and more on picking up my camera {last year, I went months without shooting anything} and being creative. I also want to do a better of job of documenting my life. Looking back, that’s probably one of my biggest regrets: I didn’t take enough pictures of my kids when they were little and I didn’t take enough pictures of The Hubs and me through the years. I want to change that…

So here they are: pictures from the challenges and the memories attached…

Project 52: #thebethadilly52

 

From Above

#thebethadilly52 - From Above {living outside the stacks}

Truck maintenance.

Project 52: #eyecandyproject52

 

Black and White

#eyecandyproject52 - Black and White {living outside the stacks}

Taken in Savannah, Georgia.

Project 52: flickr

 

Creative Blur

Flickr - Creative Blur {living outside the stacks}

This prompt pulled double duty and served as my photo for a Get To Know Me post on Instagram.

If you’d like to see my photos from the Her Clicks monthly photography challenge, click here. You can also check out my bookstagram photos by clicking here.

Happy Snapping,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

 

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  • J Scanlan

    I just found your blog, and I’m enjoying your writing style and content! I’m looking forward to regular visits!

    • Thank you so much! I appreciate the compliment. And if there’s anything you’d like for me to write about, just drop me a line.

  • Don

    As always, love the photography, especially the second image. It reminds me of pictures from my photography class a few summers ago.

    • Don

      Oh wow, I just clicked the monthly photography challenge link and saw the photograph of your face in the glass. That is outstanding work.

      • Thank you, Don. If nothing else, these challenges are stretching me creatively. I can definitely see a difference from when I started 5 years ago to where I am now.