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365 Days – a project to take a self portrait every day for a year. The rules are simple. I must be visible in the picture, and I must take the picture. This is my first complete 365 days project. All I had to help me get into the pictures was a 10 second timer. It’s surprising how fast you can get at getting into position!

Apart… (365:270)

Apart… …for now.A collaborative picture with Ginger.

Bi-centenary celebrations (365: 202)

200 days deserves a bit of a song and a dance. It is a shame that because of poor counting this was actually day 202. Oh well, my actual Day 200 picture was probably more appropriate.

Fresh (365: 175)

And that’s all I have to say about that.

Stunned (365:171)

This is what it looks like when the financial rug is unexpectedly pulled out from under you. I’d just found out about the overdraft I never knew I had, someone had been hiding things from me..

Calm Centre (365: 135)

Many years ago I visited this spot at a time when I needed to make an important decision. I also needed a place and memory to act as a calm reference point to carry with me and help in the years to come.

A quick break (365: 118)

Chasing out for the electrics, I took a quick break for today’s picture. Not quite as good as the similar shot on Day 90, but what a difference a month makes, two pics in a row and I’m smiling! Just… Continue Reading →

Disappointing (365: 109)

But only because I had to straighten the image, and I was trying to avoid post processing. I deleted all my other shots for today as they all had a slant to them – I’ll try again tomorrow. Re-edited August… Continue Reading →

Modesty (365:108)

On the beach (365: 99)

I had to wade into the sea, to get one shot, so I thought I might as well take my 365 days self-portrait at the same time, I think the people on the beach thought me a little odd, especially… Continue Reading →

Firelight (365: 98)

It was 27°C (81°F) in the shade here today, so what better way to celebrate in the cooler evening than sitting by the fire with a glass of wine. Note. Kids can be a right royal PITA. Despite being told… Continue Reading →

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