I hope to be hysterically hilarious. But maybe I'm just hysterical.
Oh my! One more to go … 🙂
You’re right!! I hardly noticed. I got used to the routine of snapping a picture a day so much that I stopped thinking about it and didn’t really realise it was coming to an end!
Almost there now. The great finale.
Looking forward to see an epic ending!
There will be no great finale, there will be rubbish. I took a snap of a junk shop window. I deem it to be the perfect conclusion to my project of collecting a rubbish snap a day and persisting in this useless activity for a year.
A “Rubbish snap”, Mara?
I see last fall’s Maple keys and new life after winter.
I see Birch catkins, pine needles, a spent forsythia bloom and Anemone canadensis
I see quartzes, granite and fossil-filled limestone…
You’ve an eye for light and composition – taken Nature’s off-casts and shown it as something beautiful – couldn’t do “rubbish” if you tried… (Sorry if this offends, lol!; )
Awe, thank you so much for this lovely comment ❤ It’s all in the eye of the beholder though. I see random rubbish, and you see a poem. It’s you who has a keen eye really.
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You’re welcome! And PHEW!!
Honestly, I wasn’t sure how you’d receive it: ) To me, this is a photo of the beauty right under our feet… What most people would simply rush past and not give a passing glance… Thank you: )
Thank YOU 🙂 My 365 project of taking a photo a day really made me pay attention to what is around me, whether it’s classically photogenic or not.
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