The 100 Day Project {week 4}

Oh my, is it really only week four?  I find myself reassessing how to approach this in a way to make it interesting.


A happy life is one which is in accordance with its own nature.  ~ Seneca


A rose is a rose is a rose.  ~ Gertrude Stein


Looking for Cinderella.  Region 1 Sweet Adeline's Competition 2016


There is nothing on this earth more prized than true friendship.  ~ Thomas Aquinas


When tea becomes ritual, it takes its place at the heart of our ability to see greatness in small things.  ~ Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog


The sunflower is mine, in a way.  ~ Vincent Van Gogh


This pup.  His ears.  His soulful eyes.  Once I couldn't get him to stop and rest; now he seeks out soft blankets and pillows for comfort.  Oh, he's still feisty; when he's good, he's very good, but when he's bad, he's awful.  Beloved mischief maker.  Best friend.  

3 things:

  • This week was difficult.  I lost the thread that had been connecting my pictures.
  • I've wandered away from my original intent to use this challenge as a way to learn how to shoot in manual mode.  
  • I favor photographs that evoke a mood.

I've taken 28 days worth of pictures.  I had expected I would see a pattern occurring, but that hasn't yet happened.  What is more true is that I sometimes find myself settling for the quick shot in order to have something to post.  It might have been wiser to do a project related to painting, as that is my primary focus these days.  I need to rethink my objective, perhaps bring my DSLR camera with me on walks?  Give myself permission to switch gears?  Something to think about over the weekend.

Until next week,