One Photo A Day: A Year of Photography

“Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand and melting like a snowflake.”
Francis Bacon

2015 – What a year! So much has happened and there is so much to write about. But for now I will concentrate on the new year ahead. The beginning of the year is usually time for starting afresh, with a clean slate, leaving the past behind and looking forward to what awaits us just round the corner. That is exactly what I would like to focus on instead of setting myself usual New Year resolutions, which I hardly ever stick to in the end. So this year is going to be more about having fun, spending time with my partner, family, friends, and of course with my camera. More walking, more exploring, more photograph taking, more happy times. Savouring every moment of every day…

So when I was invited by members of Storrington Camera Club to join their 366 Project, I decided to take a leap of faith and go for it. They all have been very supportive, which helps with my motivation. It is a big commitment, and I am as much afraid of failing as I am excited about undertaking it and completing it. I will give it my best shot and try to deliver pictures that I don’t have to be ashamed of. But my main goal is to spend more time taking photographs for myself, and have  fun doing it. So let it begin. If you would like to see my progress, you can follow my latest posts on Flickr.

366 Project 2016 Flickr Album

I will also be regularly updating my website with more details, outtakes and stories from each day. Please see the link below.

One Photo A Day: 2016

Thank you all for your continuous support throughout the last year and beyond. Wishing you a year full of happiness, love and magical moments to remember. And to those who share my passion for photography a lot of good light for all those wonderful images that are yet to be captured.

Home Sweet Home

 

“And then there is the most dangerous risk of all — the risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later.”
Randy Komisar