And then about halfway through that second half of the month, I fell off the bandwagon. Whoops.
Basically, the idea is this: Every day there is a prompt, and you are supposed to provide your interpretation of that prompt through a photograph. A lot of photographers do this using Instagram (myself included), and then it's awesome because you can follow the tag #febphotoaday and see how everyone else interpreted that day's prompt. It also challenges you to think outside the box and learn to take different types of pictures with your phone.
I know you're all dying to see my pictures from February, so here they are...
Day 13: blue, Day 14: heart
Day 15: phone, Day 16: something new
Day 17: time, Day 18: drink
Day 19: something you hate to do, Day 20: handwriting
Day 21: a fave photo of you
That's right. I did 9 of them. A total of 9 out of 29. 31%. Definitely not a passing grade in school, but hey, I'm learning to cut myself some slack in this life before eternity. So I didn't take a picture every day. At least I did a few days, had fun, and learned in the process. Something is better than nothing. And I know the point is to have fun and challenge myself...and that's what I did.
Nevertheless, March is a new month. So #marchphotoaday, watch out. :)
Anyone else participating or have an Instagram account? Kim - I know you're in with me!!