(17/366/2020) Dreary day, few photo opportunities so was pleased to take this on the way to Tesco
(16/366/2020) I’d left my photo of the day a bit late – again – so revisited the clock in our dining area. It’s a really nice clock, and now that I’ve edited this image I’m regretting not giving it a quick dust first.
(15/366/2020) Even happier: a bottle opener
(13/366/2020) Ruby was playing Netball this evening. I obviously can’t be taking photos of other people’s children, but I was far more interested in the lines and texture of the court in the gym.
(12/366/2020) I remember this butcher. It was a shame when they shut, but the painted sign remains.
(11/366/2020) A favourite game from my youth and one that my daughter is really enjoying. She’s beating me quite a bit too!
(10/366/2020) This one is looking a bit beige, so perhaps we need to think about redecorating our kitchen. I’m going to start doing some more ‘normal’ images. These abstracts and shapes/patterns are too difficult to do every day for a year. I’ll still do them when I can but I
(9/366/2020) Less abstract today, but there are loads of interesting patterns, shapes and textures on the top of a Coke can
(8/366/2020) Waiting for the tram home after a NottsTest Meetup in town. It was raining quite a bit but it did make the succession of horizontal lines look a little more interesting
(7/365/2020) I’m not going to lie: I’m finding abstracts hard to come by. I’m going to have to extend this year’s theme into other things, such as textures and shapes – things that aren’t exactly abstract but might be interesting in themselves. I’ve always liked these stairs, especially the angles
(6/366/2020) Look at me taking photos in the toilets. It’s the best light in here – don’t judge me
(5/366/2020) My hunt for abstracts continues. I generally need better light. My iPhone 8+ has a pretty good camera but it does get a bit grainy when light is low. I’ve noticed this with earlier images in this project: it’s especially obvious when I use macro mode in Camera+ I