The Bride and Groom flew to Australia from the Netherlands for their wedding. Temperature reached 40 deg. C but it was a lot of fun photographing a beach wedding. My first “International” clients.
We travelled to Perth today in preparation to photograph a wedding early tomorrow. After a busy day of travelling, shopping and visiting we chose to dine in at the hotel where we were staying. Rebekah was excited to be eating out and charmed all the waitresses.
To start off Project 365, I visited Foxes Lair just 5oo metres from our house that was substantially burnt a few weeks ago. On reflecting on the damage, my first thought was a resemblance of 2009 – just memories of what was. As I look at this photo I see destruction but I also vision the new growth that comes forth after a fire.
Maybe you had destruction in your life in 2009 but dream about what 2010 can bring into your life. I will revisit this scene again later in the year to see what mother nature restores into this area as fire can often be the resurrection of seeds that have laid dormant for years.
Commencing 1st January 2010 I will be embarking on a project that many other photographers have done in the past.
The aim is to take one photo a day for the year and post it on this blog.
It will be quite incredible to look back at the end of 2010 and be able to reflect on what I was doing every day of the year. It seems to be a common concensus that as we get older the years seem to go quicker.
I’ve no doubt also that this concept has to make one a better photographer as you become more familiar with your equipment and try new ideas and techniques.
If you are up to the challenge, why not take on the Project yourself and let me know you are participating so we can share our journey. If you need help on how to set up a blog site to participate, drop me an email and I will give you some ideas.
I hope you enjoy the journey as much as I hope to.
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