I can't believe how fast time flies! We've already spent six happy, gloomy, exciting, blessed and *insert any feeling* months of the year 2014. That means that we only have less than 180 days left before we welcome another year, perhaps a new chapter, in our lives...
On the 31st of December 2013, I shared about my bucketlist for 2014 among which were "3. Complete the photo-a-day project for the whole year" and "4. Create a new blog." So I'm publishing this new entry on my site to proudly announce that I have already created a new blog entitled "Life and Love in 365" for my photo-a-day project. It's a Tumblr blog where all my daily snapshots are uploaded. As of now, I am already on my 186th photo. Ever since I started doing Project 365, I begin to notice all the things going on with my everyday life. The said project allowed me to take notice of the small details and little things that truly matter. Indeed, “Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.”
Let me share to you my stories from January-June 2014 through these photos:
“I want pictures like these.
The kind that can capture a moment,
make it real, make it last.
I need pictures that do more than reflect.
I need pictures that are truth.”
― Lisa Magnum
As you can see from the collection of photos above, I feature different subjects everyday. Each photo has its own story and that is what makes me love Project 365 more. Looking at all the pictures I have taken for the first six months of 2014 makes me feel happier and more inspired to live life to the fullest. Whenever I take a photo of someone or something, I have that feeling of satisfaction in me knowing that I was able to slice out a particular moment and freeze it through a photograph. I will really do my best to complete my first-ever Photo-A-Day project and promise to do another one for 2015.
How about you? Do you have any stories to share about your Project 365 or Photo-A-Day experience?
“What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” ― Karl Lagerfeld