Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Project 365 - November................

Note: In my last post I mentioned the "Orion" filter in the "Dynamic Light" app. Turns out I need new reading glasses! It's actually the "Orton" filter. Thank you Fay for pointing that out to me!

Eleven months down, one to go! In just a few weeks, if all goes well, my "Project 365" will be complete and I will have taken at least one photograph every single day this year.

I am sure there will be a big "recap" in early January, but for now I thought I would share a few highlights from November.

The beauty of autumn was all around me this month and it would have been easy for it to have been featured as my "pic of the day" every day.  And while there are many fall images in this month's  camera roll, (and I have already shared quite a few), there were days when I tried to stretch myself a bit.

So here are a few images from November that have not been posted on the blog before, but my friends  on Instagram and Facebook will recognize them.

Instead of "grocery store flowers", I have pears from my organic "box" this month................

©2012 Dianne Poinski

It was a busy time when my daughter was home visiting, but I still managed to get my shot. This one I took in the airport when I went to pick her up.

©2012 Dianne Poinski

I made this image while waiting for my daughter outside her favorite vintage clothing store in midtown...........

©2012 Dianne Poinski

As hard as I tried, the fall colors were really difficult to ignore at times.................

©2012 Dianne Poinski

These next two incorporate autumn leaves, but are presented a little differently.

I brought some inside to photograph.................

©2012 Dianne Poinski

And a new app to play with............."Tiny Planet"

©2012 Dianne Poinski

And finally, this gate caught my eye during one of my walks this month.......................

©2012 Dianne Poinski

I have heard from a few people that they are thinking of trying this project in 2013. I highly recommend it, but I will have more to say about that when it's all over.

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