365 Days

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.

Photograph of Gary Allman and Tubby - a Burmese cat.

Gary and Tubby (365:363) – I was taking some family portraits and I forgot to include myself, so here I am with Tubby. One-minute read, 5 pictures

Color Photograph of gary Allman taken on December 29 2011.

We seem to spend a lot of time in the office area at the moment Tonight we were researching a backpacking trip – the weather looks to be warm (for the time of year). We have family visiting tomorrow and they are taking Lanie away for a few days, so we have a window of …

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Making stuff

Making stuff (365:361) – Today I made myself useful by making stuff in the garage. 2 pictures

Today we went Boxing day shopping. And we bought this nifty hand-held GPS receiver as a joint present for us both. One of the problems with GPS is buying the maps which cost more than the receivers – this unit allows you to create and load your own using Google Earth – which is brilliant …

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Christmas day Despite my preference for a lie-in we were up before seven, then it was non-stop with present opening, visiting family, food, drinks and finally a couple of card games. Somehow the evening slipped away from me while we researched our joint Christmas present which we may go out and buy tomorrow. Exciting. In …

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Christmas Eve (365:358) – Here I am in my church Christmas finery.

We arrived home from Christmas food shopping to find this very kind gift of fruit and fruit dipped in chocolate had been delivered Of course it had to be eaten straight away as we knew it wouldn’t keep 🙂 and of course the fridge is full.

It’s been a while since I took a wall picture. Working late again – 2am.

That’s all.

Color photograph of Gary Allman taken on December 21, 2011

Another late night (365:354).

Cat and mouse (365:353) – Sprinky decided to fall asleep on my EfM lesson notes.

I checked my eyes; unfortunately you can’t see what she was doing. I can tell you that she was standing behind the camera and used a very effective technique to make me smile. If you’ve been wondering why there have not been many ‘Wall’ shots of late – the answer is quite straight forward. When …

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Gary eats a Tie fighter (cookie)

And swiftly dispatches Daft Cookie-Monster in the process Actually it’s the ‘H’ from Christmas; Lanie made some Christmas cookies tonight.

I promised some pictures of the sparkles (when the sun finally came out again) When we reorganised our office area Ginger put lots of glass and crystal beads in the windows. However, there was a problem, getting sparkles like this all over my monitors required the installation of the ‘anti-sparkle screen’.

Gary Allman checking his EFM Coursework

Ginger dropped me off early at church tonight. I used the extra time to sit in the classroom and go over my coursework.

An afternoon in bed (365:348) – I thought I was feeling better, Unfortunately not.

The erratic focusing on the camera is starting to annoy me The camera software tells me the camera focused on my chest. So why is my hand in the primary focus zone? Sigh. I can’t wait to get this project finished and run some detailed focus tests.

Ginger said this picture is me. It must be the slight smile.

Apple, cheese and crackers (365:345).

Gary, Tubby and Sprinky (365:344) – Half past eleven and I’m still at my desk.

but I didn’t like that shot. It’s still there though – but only just visible in the background (yes the anti-sparkle shield is a huge curtain).

Day 341 (365:341) – Oh dear another at the desk picture.

Not so good (365:340) – I’m not very well, let’s hope I get better quickly. Last time it took me six months to recover – not a prospect I want to consider.

Turns out the water on the laundry floor wasn’t a backing up drain after all. No, the water was pouring out of the bottom of the washer instead. Today I learned how to replace a ‘tub seal’ which involved dismantling the washer and removing the washing tub to gain access to the seal. Here you …

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