I’ve been pretty good at keeping up with my Project 365, coming up to the third week now and still going strong!
Project 365 » Week 1
I’ve actually recently rediscovered 1 Second Everyday too so I’m working on that too. If you don’t know what that is it’s a similar idea but it’s a second of video rather than a photo. They use it in the film, Chef – which is a great film by the way, one that they’ve unfortunately recently removed from Netflix 🙁
It’s not been as difficult to make myself take photographs as I thought it would be. Admittedly these are all taken on my phone but I like to think that they’re a bit more thought out than they could have been. I’ve tried to keep to sharing just the one from each day as it can be easy to bog a day down that way – particularly if you’re trying to accurately represent the day and lacking inspiration.
So, here is the first week from 1st to 7th August, it didn’t feel too busy but it actually went by super fast.
Day 1 »»
Catching up on the Preacher Finale on a drizzly Monday evening. Have you been watching Preacher? I feel like I just worked out what was going before it turned it on its head again, can’t wait to see what Season 2 has in store!
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Killing some pre-interview time with a walk around Furzton Lake. Pretty cool to be able to do some exploring and find somewhere new. I was a little bummed to learn this won’t be my new office’s back garden for long…
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Good news coming up as much as these thistles, which are everywhere on my lunchtime walk.
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Late night Thursday night bus back from Oxford after a Thursday catch up with my old colleagues.
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We drove with the sun in our faces all the way to Gloucester as we headed there for a weekend with our friends. We were greeted by one of the largest pizzas I’ve ever seen – but that didn’t make the prettiest of pictures.
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Cows, cows, cows. All over Minchampton Common as we strolled over to the pub on Saturday afternoon.
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Blowing out a few tired cobwebs from the night before with this beautiful view from the top of Crickley Hill at Birdlip.
I don’t want to say I’m going to make this a weekly feature and not have it happen. Hopefully now I’ve given myself a little room, even if I’m busy – like I was last week – it won’t be too easy to fall behind and lose steam.
I feel like each of these pictures from last week, apart from maybe the one on Thursday, are quite a good effort and I’m pleased with the direction I’m heading in so far.