2015 was my 5th year of Project 365 – an annual photography project where I take and share a photograph a day. I started this back in 2011, as a way to improve my photography, and I can see over the years how much my skills have grown. However, I have struggled in 2015, not taking photos each day, but doing batches, or using old photographs, and my mojo has well and truly gone.
After 5 years of doing Project 365, that’s 1826 photographs (the extra one is for the 2012 leap year!), and thousands more taken over the years… I’ve decided not to continue for a 6th consecutive year. I love taking and sharing photographs, that love will never change, but the pressure to do so has got too much for me over the past year, and it’s time to bid a fond farewell to the project. To those who took the time to look at, and comment on my photographs over the years, thank you!
You can see all of my previous years here:
Last year, I did a retrospective of my photos over the year, and I am going to do the same again this year. I’ve left everything very late, but my blog is also an online diary of sorts, and even if these sorts of blog posts don’t garner the page views and traffic, I know I love to look back on them.
Now it’s the turn of nature photographs. It’s probably my most favourite photography subject, because it is ever changing through the seasons. I’ve not included flowers or wildlife, as I’ve already shared separate posts for those.