Friday, November 15, 2013

My Photo a Day {October}


There are a few different photo a day challenges out there, but when I stumbled across Capture Your 365 earlier this year, I was really taken by the lists of prompts that are provided. I was going to wait until the beginning of 2014 to undertake this photography challenge, but I decided there was no better time than the present!

Already, one month later, I have found that I am taking better photographs, paying more attention to the inspiration in the world around me, and just plain enjoying myself! Going into it, I knew how I wanted to add the snapshots to my album and so it was easy to put these pages together. I'm using my month printables, some navy and mint labels I made, and Project Life Midnight cards. Of course, no project of mine would be complete without sequins and washi tape!



Pay no attention to the missing photo for 10.28.13, I accidentally deleted it and will be printing it with November's photos. :) If you're on Instagram, there is great inspiration that you can find at #cy365, whether you want to participate, or just like looking at pretty pictures!

12 comments:

  1. I love this collection of photos, your interpretation of the prompt and how you labeled them. Congrats on your feature on the Paper Issues blog! It was nice to see your work there. :)

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    1. Thanks so much Lisa, and I'm hoping to participate more over there! :)

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  2. what a cool project and photos!
    And so glad to see you featured on the PI blog the other day! :)

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    1. Thanks much Mary Jo, it was such a pleasant surprise! :)

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  3. Great photos. Love how you documented them :)

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  4. This is the first time I have heard of a photo a day challenge. It sounds like it would be an amazing undertaking and your photos are amazing! Maybe some day I will try myself.

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  5. Hey... I love this ! Love the labels and the grid background !

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  6. I really like how you are documenting your project.
    I have done P365 for the last 3 or 4 yrs i love it :)

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  7. This really looks so simple and cool! I really enjoy your work!

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Thank you so much for taking your time to comment, I truly appreciate all your kind words!