Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Photo of the Day - February

“The autumn leaves are falling like rain
Although my neighbors are all barbarians
And you, you are a thousand miles away
There are always two cups at my table.”

I'm sure most people who read this (2 out of the 3?) know that I spent the last year working on a project where I took one photo each day. That was pretty much the only rule; it could be the most exciting thing that day, something I thought was pretty, or just a hastily assembled still life because it was late and I had forgotten to take a photo earlier. I started the project on my birthday last year, so it came to an end recently. All photos are taken with the same camera, and are unedited (except for one or two that are cropped). It is odd not to no longer carry a camera every day, and it is odd to look back on my life in a series of 365 photos.

Here's February, 2010. (click to enlarge)

February 1

February 2

February 3

February 4

February 5

February 6

February 7

February 8

February 9

February 10

February 11

February 12

February 13

February 14

February 15

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February 22

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February 25

February 26

February 27

February 28

The twenty-four-hour diner, the station waiting room and the motel are sanctuaries for those who have, for noble reasons, failed to find a home in the ordinary world, sanctuaries for those whom Baudelaire might have dignified with the honorific 'poets'."

Alain de Botton

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