Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

April 18, 2012

Project 365 Update

Well I'm still toughing it out with Project 365 although it's damn hard to find stuff to shoot every day. Harder than I thought it'd be.  Here are some recent entries:

Port O'Call Bar, one of BBay's erm.....'finer' establishments....It used to be a Hells Angels bar but not sure of the status now.  

Beautiful crocuses in downtown Sandwich.

Dew drops on the kitchen window screen.

Crossing the Bourne Bridge because the Sagamore Bridge is under construction for the next few months.

We had the most amazing weather one week in mid-March.  Everyone was in shorts and tshirts.  I enjoyed a couple of relaxing days reading on the deck with the pups.

This is a good example of what I call the 'sheer desperation' photo.  It's of part of the stacks on the back of my squeeze's semi truck, which was parked in the yard.  I thought the circles and their shadows looked interesting.

My family chillaxin' one Saturday morning, right before I left to have lunch with a bunch of friends from SHS.

An old jewelry box with all my childhood jewelry and treasures, including my high school class ring.

I still have a loooooooong way to go till December 31st, my 366th (thanks to Leap Year) and final day of this endeavor!!

14 comments:

  1. I love the dew drops on the window screen!

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  2. So not only are you doing a to z blogging, but you are also in a photo a day challenge? Where do you find the time? Lots of nice photos there, I like to dew drops photo, too.
    -Debbie

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  3. You're doing amazingly well I think :0)

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  4. Jo, you are such a wonderful photographer! You have a GREAT eye! I always enjoy seeing your photos!!

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  5. I love the family shot. The dogs could just about be bothered to open their eyes...Russell not!

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  6. I love the dew drops and peeking into someone elses jewellry drawer.

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  7. I really liked the second and third photos, and I wish I still had my childhood jewelery box. Alas...

    ~ Rhonda Parrish

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  8. I have never seen flowers like that. Those are so incredibly beautiful! What are they called?

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  9. I love your pictures especially the stacks, dewdrops, and the crocuses! Awesome!! ♥

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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  10. Thanks everyone! :D

    @Debbie-I have been given the gift of being a stay at home girlfriend, so I have the time to pursue all my passions.

    @Val-his eyes were open a little, you just can't see it b/c he's reclined so far! lol

    @Wendy-I was told they are crocuses.

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  11. That's a nice collection of photos. I love the flowers and the rain drops on the screen is a cool shot.
    Valerie
    Everyday Inspired

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  12. Amazing shots, JoJo!

    Really enjoyed viewing them!

    Have a great day!

    http://bettyalark.blogspot.com/

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  13. Yeah, it's tough to find stuff to capture every day, especially as you get near the end and have already photographed everything in and around your home. (My wife did a photo-a-day thing a couple years ago, and struggled mightily after a while.)

    You've got some excellent shots, though. Great work!

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