When I did Project 365, I would roundup the photographs each month, and then have a huge roundup at the end of the year. I personally enjoy seeing all of my photographs together like that as it reminds me of the year that has gone by, and the things that we did. Project 52 doesn’t have quite the same impact, but I want to round them up nonetheless to see how my weeks formed into months, formed into year as a whole.
So here they all are from January to December 2016. Flowers are clearly one of the things that I take most photographs of, with a total of 12 photographs featuring them, plus the final photo using the petals of some old flowers I had. Another favourite is trees, and nature – I think had I done Project 365 you would have seen a marked difference between the first few months of the year, and the final few – indicating when I used to go out on my own to the park for a photo walk, to now, when I barely go out the door. I also love a sunrise/sunset photo, with 4 of them taken!
I am going to bet putting all of my photographs into a photo book, as I have done for all of my Project 365 photos over the past 5 years. As they’re great to look back on in years to come.
If you would like to read about the individual photographs, you can see each of my Project 52 photos here.
I enjoyed Project 365 – taking a photo a day – for 5 years : 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015, and decided to take a break in 2016. I couldn’t give up on a photography project completely, so I’ve decided to partake in Project 52 – a photo a week for one year. If you need ideas, tips, and inspiration, please check out my photographs, or the ideas and tips in the links below.