Every year I try to find a personal project to push myself into more creative realms or to work harder on documenting my personal life. In the past I’ve attempted, and once succeeded, at a 365 day project. With this being a leap year, that was quite appealing, but at this stage of my life I just knew I would only disappoint myself. The last two years I’ve collaborated with a group of photographers in a project called The Hours, where we documented a different hour of the day each month through the year. I loved this project, but it seemed concluded for many of us. So this year I’m working to get back to my storytelling roots with a 10 on 10 project. It is simple. Ten images all taken on one day of the month and posted on the tenth day of each month. Hopefully they come together to tell the story of our day. There are many of us participating in this project, and I hope you will visit many of them. You will find the link to the next blog in the series at the bottom of each post.
Admittedly, this months is a little rushed and probably disjointed. But I enjoyed the pressure to keep my camera handy throughout the day.
Breakfast, she’s typically the last one up.
New games with old toys.
I seem to take this picture all the time.
A fun accident when I realized my flash was still turned on my iPhone in the movie theater!
The picture I was trying to take!
My dirty house.
Outside on a dreary afternoon.
The willow, bare of leaves.
Remains of the summer.
Late afternoon play.
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