Last month I said that I wanted to take more photos. I figured in order to do that, I should give myself a challenge to make sure I stick to it. I found a monthly challenge. The challenge listed something to take a photo of every day for the month. So for the month of March, I tried, I really did. It didn’t turn out the way I wanted it to, but I did get some photography time in.
So here is my collection of photos from March:
March 1: Light
I played with the exposure and the shutter speed to create this.
March 2: Look Down
This is a look at what I was working on that day. When I’m not writing my own words, I’m reading someone else’s.
An Instagram photo from my day interviewing restaurants across Kensington Market in Toronto. This is from the Grilled Cheese. So good!
I realize my face looks very sun burnt in this photo, I wasn’t sun burnt. Just the lighting in the room, and the reflection of the pink sweater I’m wearing.I probably should have taken that off!
This was actually taken a year ago. I just never had anywhere to showcase it.
This part of a note that I had written to my best friend growing up. I was known to write novels in our Christmas cards!
Another Instagram photo. Everyone thought I was going to a party!
An interpretation of free.
A golf ball from Darien Lake.
Signs are everywhere, you just have to look for them. I believe in them.
A little lame- a pair of earrings, but they were hard to photograph!
I was being very artistic here.
I really like how this photo came out. Food is fun to photograph!
Here is where the days start to drift away. Some lucky charms.
Scotland Yard anyone? It’s such a crazy game. This version is from the 80s.
I didn’t go traditional with a leprechaun or anything like that, I decided on texture.
Here is the end of the photos. I kinda gave up half way through, I didn’t even post that many photos on Instagram, what I have here is everything. The only thing I can do is try harder!
I hope everyone had a swell March, and are ready for April!