I realize that Watermark has been a bit heavy on photography lately, and light on words -- and now there are even more pictures.
Brainstorms, an online community I visit now and then, does an occasional project called DayPix, in which interested snapshotters are invited to record three days photographically. I did this over the new year holiday (here is that photoset) and participated again this past weekend, autumn equinox.
Now, this is not a photography challenge; the idea is not to showcase your best pictures, but to simply record the ordinary activities of our lives over the specified three days. Self-portraiture is encouraged, which is what you see, above.
Since I've been playing with some photo tools, I took the opportunity to use some of them, too. It has become clear to me that I'm committed to flickr; if a service isn't integrated with flickr, I'm unlikely to use it -- no matter how cool. But if the service will simply pull my photos from my flickr account, without requiring separate uploads, I'm apt to at least try it out.
So -- keeping in mind the caveat that these are not particularly the best of my photos -- if you'd like to see them, you can see the flickr photoset here; or you can see it jazzed up with flash at photofront (this may take some time to load.)
Or you can see them made into somewhat busy posters at tabblo (click the thumbnails):