I posted my Day 6 photo for my 365 project earlier today, but I have a couple more Flickr uploads to share. I joined the Flickr group Our Daily Challenge a few days ago. They post a new photo prompt every day. That’s helpful to me for several reasons. It gives me some direction for my 365 project so that I’m not just left on my own to come up with a new idea every day. It provides a sense of community. I know I’m doing this with a group of other people who are all trying to complete their own photo projects. Mainly, though, it just makes the whole thing fun.
I joined a few days late, so I’ve had some shots to make up. Today, I used the image I chose for my 365 project (Just five more minutes, please) as my response to the prompt “Quite Place.”
This is my response to the prompt “Portrait from Behind.”
And here’s my response to today’s prompt, “Jump.”
Head in the Clouds
Now I have just one more missed day to make up. That one is “Sculpture.” Ironically enough, I actually did choose a sculpture photo for my 365 project the day that I joined this group. The rules of the group say you can only use a shot that was taken after the prompt was posted. I did take mine after the prompt was posted, but it was still before I knew about the prompt. I’m going to be extra precise about this and seek out another way to get the shot.
I’m going to try to do the challenge photo every day. I want to do all 365 of them if possible. I’m not thinking of this as my 365 project, though. Some day the challenge shot will be my pick for my own project, and some days it won’t be. I’ll let myself fall behind on the challenge shots and make them up later if necessary. I’m going to try not to fall behind on the 365. I want to very literally post a photo every single day of 2011. Hey, I’ve made it to Day 6. 359 more seem quite possible.
For those of you wondering, I do have pictures of children’s faces from today as well as their feet. I picked this shot because I liked the composition. If you’ve read my blog before, you probably already know that this little girl has a cute face.
I will share some of the other trampoline shots later. I need to sort through them first, and I’m too tired for that. Photographing a two-year-old is hard work. She doesn’t believe in staying in one place long enough to help the camera out.