I’ve stopped worrying about all the flower photos. They’re pretty enough, and very soon I won’t have a choice; I’ll have to branch out. The flowers aren’t going to last much longer. Even the ones in this batch are starting to feel very autumnal to me.
The last ten days of photos… aren’t great. They’re not awful, I don’t actively hate any of them, but… most of them are ok at best. I only genuinely like two of these photos.
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.
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!
I’m completely up-to-date on my Project 365 photos!
Ok. So. The problem – one of the problems – with running behind on posting my Project365 photos is that it gets tricky to keep track of the actual numbers. (I numbered one of the photos incorrectly in the last two weeks, and only just noticed it today.)
I’m still trying to catch up with my Project 365 posts. I really don’t know why it’s such a struggle – I’m not behind in the pictures themselves, not really.
I’m still running a little bit behind on my Project 365 posts. Partly, it’s just that I’ve been busy (I can’t wait for you guys to see some of the pictures I took last week!), and partly… I’m still not sure that a one-week schedule for these roundup posts really works for me. A two-week – or monthly – schedule might click a little better.
I wasn’t feeling even remotely inspired at the beginning of the week. Can you tell? (You can probably tell.)
In any given week, I can manage one or two good photographs. (Usually. Sometimes more, sometimes not even that.) There’s usually one or two terrible photos, and the rest are ok.