December [Project 365:2014]

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So here we are, the final month of the year and the last day of Project 365:2014! A year that has rushed by so quickly, a year that has been very up and down for me, and a year, that quite honestly, I’m glad to see the back of.

I cheated for most of December, taking the majority of the Christmas decoration photos at the start of the month, but I have no guilt! It’s my project, I will approach it how I find it easiest. Besides, after four years, I can cut myself some slack!

I started Project 365 back in 2011 as a way to improve my photography, and I have to say that after all this time I can see a huge difference! But the really important thing for me was a photo diary of my year, and that is the true meaning to my Project 365.

I have decided to move into 2015 and a 5th year of doing this photography project and I hope you will join in too; it takes determination to finish the year, but the end results are soooo worth it!


How did you do with your photography project this year? Did you manage to keep up? Have you seen an improvement in your photography? Have you been able to make use of any of my Project 365 ideas and tips? Here are all of this months tips and ideas…

  1. Traditions
  2. Christmas ornaments
  3. Oh Christmas Tree
  4. Countdown
  5. Icy cold
  6. Take a break
  7. Lonely planet
  8. Virtual Christmas card
  9. Outdoor lights
  10. My worst nightmare!
  11. No tip today
  12. Fungi Friday
  13. Watch me grow
  14. Stars
  15. The wonderful thing about Tiggers
  16. Candy canes
  17. Find a happy place
  18. The birds
  19. You and your child(ren)
  20. With boughs of holly
  21. Firsts
  22. Presents
  23. Shine a light
  24. Christmas Eve
  25. Christmas morning
  26. Something you got for Christmas
  27. Facial expressions
  28. Adjectives
  29. Branch out
  30. Frosty morning
  31. Three Six Five

Which photo (if any!) do you like the most? View all of Project 365:2014 here.

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