So….this is it, the end. I can’t believe it. It all started on December 31st, 2009 when my friend Steve called and said I need to do this Project 365 with him. After he told me all about it, I said “have fun”. But the seed was planted. Then on January 1st he called again and talked me into it. So here we are 365 days later. What an incredible ride it’s been. Thanks Steve!
I also want to thank all the people that have been following along and giving me encouragement along the way. You sure made this a lot more fun. Sometimes you just made it bearable to continue. I have new friends from all over the world and it has been a real pleasure to follow you fellow 365’ers.
Most importantly, I want to thank my family for putting up with me all year! Liz helped me choose my POD almost every day. The kids helped me to shoot better and quicker. They limited me to 4 total shots of them per day. By the end of the project, I knew I could get a good shot of them within 4 clicks of the shutter.
I have learned to see the world differently as a result of this and a highly encourage anyone who is thinking about doing a 365 to do it. I won’t be doing another though!
My beautiful wife. How did she make it 363 days this year without getting in one picture? Fixed that today.
Look what I found in the fridge today! It sure made my picture of the day an easy choice. I can’t believe there are only two days left.
Yeah, you know I’m about done with this when I resort to shooting flowers in the backyard. 🙂
We went to the Irvine Spectrum today and grabbed some lunch. While there, we decided to take a quick ride on the Ferris Wheel.
Well kind of…..the fog rolled in this morning. This was the view out the backyard and the fog created a “white Christmas” for us.
We went to Grandma and Grandpa’s house for Christmas Eve.
Classic Barbie & Ken, circa 1974. While searching for hiding places I stumbled upon Liz’s dolls. They looked so fashionable that I had to put them on the runway.