Here we are, the final day of my project 365 (err…366). Last year at this time I started on this journey, mainly to help catalogue the tremendous number of photos I took on vacation that year. It turned into a little more, as I sprinkled in some new photos and became a lot more acquainted with my camera and my editing software. It’s been a wonderful journey, and I thank you for joining me. This isn’t the end, though. I’ll still be taking photos, editing photos, posting photos… and I’ll also start getting back to the original intent of this blog, which was more than photography. Watch this space for more photos, as well as general blog posts, marketing and social media related blog posts, and whatever else catches my attention at the moment (that was, after all, my original goal in starting this blog).
Thank you all very much, and I’ll see you down the road a little ways!
I started this project last August 29th, which puts us at Day 350. I haven’t acknowledged this past February’s extra day yet, but it will, in fact, give us one additional day on this here blog. It will be a Project366, which is ok by me. Where it will go from here, I can’t say. I just know that for this particular project, we’re getting close to the end.
Fortunately, there were no adventures to be had during the brief period of time I watched this guy walking the earth (you know, like Caine in Kung Fu). I don’t know what happened to him later in the day, though. Adventures totally could have happened.
Thanks, Pulp Fiction, for the continued laughs.
Ok, so I’ve certainly taken my share of bridge photos (witness here, here, here, here and here, to name a few. It’s the last one I wanted to revisit, as there was something that wasn’t quite right for me with that photo. This one is a little better. The angle is different and it’s a tighter shot. I’m not 100% sure that this is the right shot for this bridge, either, so I’ll have to see how it sits for a little bit. Let me know if you’ve got any suggestions for either version in the comments below! Or, you can just say hi. I do like it when people stop by to say hi.