Can you believe we’re, pretty much, half way through 2014 already? Unbelievable. The year has flown by. Despite the laws of physics telling me that no such thing can actually happen.
April was a terrible month. Terrible in the sense that out of the 30 days there are in the month, I only managed to take 24 days of photos. SHAME!
Not all that exciting though. Did go to the countryside to visit Ken the curmudgeon. But the rest of the month was just of the day-to-day variety.
One other exciting thing was my an update to my phone’s camera app. So now everything will have lens blur. Apologies. Continue Reading
March started off fantastically. Nearly two weeks out of the country, on holiday. First, a few days in India for a fantastic wedding. Followed by a few days in Bahrain with the OH. The rest of March really couldn’t compare.
Fairly pleased with my first 3 months of Project 365. Though, definitely skipped more days in March. It couldn’t be helped. Well, no it could. I’m just making excuses.
Check me out – second month of Project 365 down and still going strong. Sort of. Again, I missed/forgot a couple of days here and there. But, it’s not a biggie.
Despite February being a short month, especially compared to the mammoth January, it felt like it went by far too slowly. I know why. It’s because I had something amazing to look forward to in March – holiday! (Which is why this month recap for February’s 365 photos are a little late.)
Only three photos taken on my camera. Everything else, phone photo. Thing is, I’m getting increasingly frustrated with the camera on my phone. It’s fine, 60% of the time. But if you ever dare try to take a photo where the conditions aren’t perfect, well, you’re going to get such an awful photo. Ho well. Least this is something I know and try to avoid. Continue Reading
Do you ever have those moments where you wished you’d taken your camera, but then also know, that would have been a terrible mistake? See on Saturday there was this big engagement ceremony/do type thing. It was awesome. So much … Continue reading