Challenge #12: Get out of my photo rut.

I take a photo of myself every day, and I have since January 1, 2007 (I know, it’s weird). Needless to say, it has become part of my everyday routine… which is good, because I’m forgetful and if it weren’t part of my routine, I wouldn’t remember to do it. At the time time, I’m kind of in a photo rut. I tend to remember to take my photo sometime after I get home from work, when I’m hanging out at home and just relaxing on the couch.

This makes for boring photographs.

While I’m not doing it to become a better photographer or anything (actually it’s hard to explain why I am doing it. Sometimes I don’t even know), I do get bored.

Challenge #12: take some photos (if you’re not in the habit of doing so), and make ’em interesting/ different (if you are in the habit of taking photos). My goal is to NOT take ANY photos inside my house this week. Easier said than done?

Here’s today’s:

Being windblown on top of the parking garage at the high school.


About The Wonderful Blog

This blog is inspired by the Mae West quotation that "Too much of a good thing is wonderful." Each week I'll post a challenge to make your life more wonderful. It might be food, exercise, travel, or beauty related. Be sure to participate each week so that you can have too much of a good thing. I'm Jen. I'm a speech therapist in Arizona who likes to make stuff, cook delicious food, and complete items from my list of 101 Things to Do in 1001 Days. This blog is just another way for me to focus on doing things that make my life even more wonderful.
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