The Present State Of Photograph 365

Daniel Day Lewis in church in There Will Be Blood I've abandoned my child

I was down and out for a couple of weeks, so I didn’t take any pictures for this picture-a-day project o’mine.  To be fair, though, even before I was sick, my interest was waning.  I had been missing days more frequently, and while I still captured the occasional interesting shot, mostly it had started to feel more like a chore.  I was considering ending it after reaching a year, but since I’ve already skipped so much time, I think I’ll pull the plug on Photograph 365, now.  The first time I tried this type of project years ago, I gave up on it after only a couple of weeks, but this time I’m about a month shy of a year – so I’m happy I gave it a fair chance.

It was fun, finding visual interest in both the grand and miniscule of my daily life, and I certainly captured some really beautiful shots because of this project.  On the off-chance that I take any other cool shots this month, I’ll hold off on a “Pic of the Year” post until the anniversary, but since my weekly posts have garnered some regular attention, I wanted to address the fact that I’m not continuing on with it.

In its stead, however, I’ve decided to continue on with the photography theme by resurrecting an idea I started some time ago on tumblr – The Adventures of Minifig Mark.

Stay tuned.


About Mark Mushakian

Just a man who loves God, women, kids, dogs, movies, and every other lovely thing in life :)
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