coffee on the balc - up in the air - sandwich time - sunset over astoria - grant's tomb - happy feet
rehearsal dinner - flower power - san gennaro - new kitchen table - b/w portland - congrats
old friends - new beer - tiny windows - big buildings - outdoor performance - leafy greens
citi field - old men - lemons - testing the lights - then I saw sting - beach day
stylish feet - go mets - upstate - holler for challah - macro - northwest latte
Technically (according to the rules of this project), September was my most successful month to date. With only about three exceptions, I managed to take almost one photo a day that I was proud of AND that reflected my actions and events of that particular day. Though that was and still is the original intention and goal of my 365 project, I've rarely been able to actually achieve this due to frequent long work hours, uninteresting backgrounds, overcast skies, yada yada yada. But September? She came through for me ;)
Granted, I had a lot of opportunities to get said photos. My travel extravaganza continued for three more weekends, taking me to Buffalo, Portland Oregon, and an island resort off the coast of Florida. Work was also at a minimum, so I had ample time to wander the sunny gardens, parks, and streets of New York and bask in the city's late summer light.
Unfortunately though, I fear this trend is not going to last into October. My
trophy wife training time off from work has come to an end, and I'm staring down the barrel of some really long days. But (and I say this every month), that'll be the challenge - to find those photographable moments in and amongst the daily grind. I'm in the home stretch for this project, and I can't wait to see what these last three months will bring ;)
September by the numbers:
Pictures of food or drink: 7
Pictures of my feet/shoes: 2
Pictures with people: 3
Pictures of the sky: 6
Pictures of flowers or nature: 4
365/Photo-a-day is a personal undertaking to capture one photograph per day in 2013. All photos were taken by me and processed with Instagram, Snapseed, PhotoToaster, and/or the new A Beautiful Mess app. The images were compiled using Picture Collage Maker Lite. What to see my pics as they happen? Follow me - @maspad on Instagram!