Everyone wants to join the 30 Days of Photos Challenge. You can too. The purpose of this challenge is to just get out there shooting. So many of us just plain don’t take the time to take photos. What better way to jump-start our hobby than trying to one-up our fellow photographers by posting a photo every day. Now, the hard part isn’t taking a photo each day. It’s trying to get a photo worth showing every day. I, for one, am interested in how long each person can keep up with worthy photos. This exercise is really going to stretch our imaginations and creative ability . . .
Hmm. As if I'm not already stretching my energy further than it wants to go. But -- I like this challenge. It's one I'm willing to accept at my own skill level, which is clearly far below the other participants. I'm going to tell you in another post why I think that's OK.
A slight fudge -- pretending this photo was taken on the first of March instead of February 28th -- and I can begin with photos already taken:
March 3: The interesting squirrel
Leftovers ~ found in the squirrel feeder
Now I shall have to pay even more attention to what I see. A good practice at all times.