Trees reflected on still water. Photo by Reghan Skerry.

Project366: #221-230

Photography

Thanks to Hurricane Dorian—and a kind of miserable week, even after I got power back—I’m a bit late with this post. But I’m slowly getting back on track.

This is such a weird batch of photos to me. The first few, I’m really happy with. And then the storm hit and all my artistic impulses disappear and the whole thing becomes a photo-diary.

I want to say “that’s fine.” And it is—I don’t feel bad about documenting some of the storm damage—but it’s not great. Two weeks ago, I felt like I was starting to make some real progress in pulling myself out of the rut I was in. Now I’m not so sure; I’m starting to think I’m stalled again, just in a different place. (It doesn’t help that I’m still about three days behind on my Instagram posts for this project. I feel like I’m literally stalled.)

This week is going to be better than the last one, and I’ll have time to find my way again.

(Project366 runs from 23 January 2019 through 23 January 2020. I’ll posting to Instagram daily, and rounding up the photos here every ten days.)