I’ve managed to stumble through my second month of the 366 Breakfast Project. February with 29 days, as it’s a leap year, obviously.
Overall, I am pleased with some of the images I managed to get. I do think the restricted theme is helping my creativity a bit. However, there are still 10 months to go, some 306 breakfasts to photograph. I hope I can maintain the flow.
Related: January – a set on Flickr
For those sans Flash (and who isn’t these days?) here’s February on Flickr.
As I struggle in the foothills of my 366 Breakfast project (I’ll post February’s efforts later), Mark Casey has just reached the summit of his. I know he found it hard at times, but he’s managed to complete the assignment. I wonder what he’ll do with his time now he doesn’t have to worry about getting an image every day?
Those lucky souls without Flash-enabled devices can click here.
Well, I have made it through the first month of my 366 Breakfast project. Thirty-one images of the first meal of my day. Thrilling, isn’t it?
I am finding it hard to come up with different angles on the same subject, but that is the whole point of the exercise. Being restricted to the same subject matter every day means I have to try and be more creative about things in order to keep it interesting.
The question is whether this restricted subject matter can be strung out for another 335 days without driving me insane!
Thanks to everyone who has commented on or made favourites of January’s efforts. The comments encourage me to continue, and to improve on the subject matter. Onwards into February!
Seven days of breakfasts. Only 359 to go. There is a mild sense of achievement at having made it through the first week of the year, but then that daunted feeling that the year has only just begun.
From now on I won’t post daily updates. Instead I will post at the end of each month. That way, it won’t get too boring for everyone!
There’s a definite orange, yellow and brown theme with my breakfasts.
One more from this batch, then I will update on a monthly basis.
Nearly normal routine again.
Looking more promising.
Day 3. Still ill…