I’ve got mixed feelings about this group of photos. Literally: I am absolutely in love with half of them, and I’m decidedly meh about the rest.
Just to preface the last ten days worth of photos: it has been a very rainy week. I’ve been stuck inside, and the light has been terrible.
I'm on a bit of a black-and-white kick lately. Mostly because of the recent snowfall (which wasn't really that unusual, as much as I want to complain about it), but also because... I just really like shooting for black-and-white. It changes my process, in a good way.
About two weeks ago, I picked up set of cheap clip-on lenses for my phone. They’re nothing fancy, but they’re a fun little toy—especially the macro lens.
So, after a very good batch of photos, the last ten days have been… pretty average. There’s one or two that I’m very happy with, and a couple that I’m very much not happy with.
This was the first week (I’m using the word ‘week’ loosely, just work with me here) in which I was genuinely happy with (almost) every single photo I took. In fact, this week includes one of my very favourite photos ever. (Not the oranges. That's just my favourite for this post.)
So that’s nice!
This is where things start to get tricky. I’ve been taking photos every day for three weeks, and… I’m starting to run out of ideas.
I was genuinely nervous to start this 366 project. Like… if I hadn’t announced it here, I might have backed out at the last minute. I was tempted.
But I’m so glad I got over myself and started.
I made it!
And I did it in the 12-14 days I said I would! (This roundup is happening about a week late, because the last week has been a bit of a mess.)
Ten days to go!
Or, knowing me and the way I've approached this project, probably closer to 12-14 days to go! (Remember when I said this project was going to end on 9 June? And that I'd use a real camera more than my phone? Good times.)