At the beginning of 2016, I committed to completing a Project 365 (366 for the leap year); a pledge to take one photograph a day, every day for the entire year.
Here's an odd little story I submitted to a local literary magazine for their 'Siblings' issue. It didn't make it through to selection, and so I share this tale of strangeness with you here.
Prime lenses may not always be practical, but they force you into carefully considering each of your frames and I've found them to be quite versatile. And the image quality is always on-point; with sharp details and beautiful bokeh from the benefit of wide apertures.
Project 365 (+1 for the leap year): One photograph a day, every day for the rest of 2016. I committed to the challenge on an impulse. It is highly likely I will lose my momentum at some point, but for now I am appreciative that I am being forced to slow down and really consider the creation of an image.
I wanted 2016 to be the year I stop using the phrase, "Sorry, I'm running late." But here it is. Decomposing deadlines and backlogs remain my bane, my breath is still too short to catch up with my legs.