New year, new project, new blog (kind of). I've been tempted to tackle Project 365, in which you commit yourself to taking a photo a day for a year. Some people stick to a theme (self-portraits, kids, food), but I'm just hoping to make it out the other side in one piece, with 365 photos under my belt.
Nearly two years ago, I did 30 posts in 30 days. It really pushed me to think about my days and I'd like to think it improved my writing a bit. Looking back, I enjoyed having a snippet of each day recorded. I'm hoping Project 365 will accomplish much of the same thing: improving my photography and providing a glimpse at a year's worth of the extraordinary ordinary.
I wanted to find a way to share the photos in my project beyond the handful of people who look at my flickr page. Theoretically, I could do it here, but I didn't want to bog down this blog, nor change its feel, with daily photo posts. Enter Typepad's newest service, the microblog. Nothing fancy, just a slick little blog to quickly upload photos and perhaps a few words. I call it 3(six)5. My mantra for 3(six)5 is "More photos. Less words." I'll let the pictures tell the story.
I hope you'll check it out now and then. You'll always be able to link directly to it through the navigation bar at the top of this blog. If you're feeling adventurous, you can subscribe directly to its feed. There's a link on the sidebar of 3(six)5 for you to do just that.
Happy New Year!