Just think, as of April 10th you will have completed 100 days of taking a photo. Can you believe you've made it this far? Maybe you've missed a few days along the way, that's ok, just stick with it. We love that you're here It's not an easy journey completing a photo a day and we've all struggled at times. But, sticking with it is so rewarding and you can't find a better group to support you along the way. We see new life in nature during Spring. You can take a hint from the season and start anew with your 365 project if you've been falling a bit behind.
We've made it through a year of the pandemic and hopefully we're on our way to coming out the other side. For most of us, the weather is starting to improve. Spring is in the air. It is time to get out and embrace it. One of my favourite things about a 365 project is that it gets me out of the house exploring new areas of my city. I've only been living in Ottawa for 3 years and I have discovered areas of this city that my husband has never seen and he has lived here for over 30 years. I contribute these discoveries to this 365 project. It helps me embrace the seasons to their fullest!
Spring is a time of regrowth and change. It's a time to come out of our cocoons and spread our wings. Spring brings about lovely colours and new flora growth. The landscape changes from grey and blah looking to bursts of colour as new flowers start to bloom and trees bud and sprout new leaves. There is no better time to grab your camera and soak in all that nature and your area has to offer. Flowers are great for macro photography, the new terra makes it a great time for landscape photography and the budding colours make great backdrops for portraits.
Our days are getting longer and we have more time in our day to capture our photos. Farmer's markets are starting to open, outdoor events are starting up again giving us more options for our daily prompts. Hopefully this gives you motivation to get out there and discover of what spring has to offer. Here's to the next 100 days! We can't wait to see what you capture!