A Year in Pictures: Project 365
What is a Project 365? Simply put, it's the act of taking one picture of something you done that day, and repeating that process for 365 consecutive days. Sure it's a time commitment, but when you finally finish it, you'll look back and be glad you've done it.
Here is my Project 365, starting in August of 2010 and ending in August 2011. In hindsight, this was a lot more work than I ever envisioned, but now that it is completed I am glad I followed all the way through. I can't tell you how many times I contemplated quitting, but luckily I kept taking pictures and eventually caught this hub up.
Most (if not all) are not glamorous pictures, but snapshots. I didn't try to get fancy with these pictures, but I hope you still enjoy viewing them. Feel free to leave me your comments!
August 13, 2010: Day One
August 14, 2010: Day Two
August 15, 2011: Day 3
August 16, 2010: Day 4
August 17, 2010: Day 5
August 18, 2010: Day 6
August 19, 2010: Day 7
August 20, 2010: Day 8
Saturday, August 21, 2010: Day 9
Sunday, August 22, 2010: Day 10
Emily, Busa, and I went to the Fort Dickerson Park here in Knoxville. We've drove by this place probably a thousand times and never noticed it. Luckily, the guys at work had told me about it a few weeks ago, so we went there today with the Nikon D50 to explore it and take some pictures. There was canons, marvelous views, and, to our surprise, a breath taking view of this quarry.
I kind of had an idea that there was a quarry around this area, but didn't know it was this big, or this pretty. I'm glad we went. Hopefully we can go back in the fall to get some pictures of the leaves, and maybe again in the wintertime so we can take advantage of the views of the Downtown Knoxville area, as well as the University of Tennessee campus.