It all began one cold wet day back in July. My blog was 6 weeks old and I was determined to take all the photos I use there myself. A daunting task considering my limited photographic experience.
Not one to shy away from the tricky stuff I decided a photoaday challenge would be a great way to gain more experience and improve my skills. All while collecting some new and unique shots to use on the blog.
I committed to my first month, July.
186 days later Photoaday is a highly anticipated part of my day, everyday and I really truly love it.
Whenever I discuss the challenges with friends and family I struggle to contain my urge to grab them by the shoulders and shake them screaming YOU WOULD LOVE PHOTOADAY TOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!
Yes it is a little obsession now and this month, as I share my December photos, I am going to also share the photoaday experience others have enjoyed.
Chantelle Ellem writes the popular, and very,very awesome Fat Mum Slim blog. She is the founder of the FMSphotoaday group and has written all about what photoaday means to her while sharing a collection of quotes from other FMSphotoaday participants.
An inspiring read and if you ever feel ready to jump in the details on how to play can be found here.
Do you love gazing at stunning photos? I found you some. Head on over to Focusing on Life and let Kelly share with you the highlights of her recently completed 365 day project.
In the wise words of Kelly
It’s interesting, though, what happens when you start training your eye to see the joy and wonder of your everyday life. Because pretty soon, you’ll start seeing it everywhere. – Kelly
If you are interested in a unique way to discover and unearth some of the fabulous hiding out in your everyday. Why not consider a Photoaday project.
In closing I would like to congratulate my dear friend Loula and also the wonderful Corlie from Red Buffalo Trading who both completed their first Photoaday month this December. Awesome photos girls, I had lots of fun playing along together.
Have you ever completed a daily challenge? What was it?