10.23.2010

Week 42

So Week 42...
I cannot believe there are only 10 more weeks to go!
This has been one of the best experiences I must say - a little daunting at times and somewhat intimidating, but I have really grown in my photography skills as well as my self-esteem.

This was taken in my hotel room at Hot Springs during a conference I was attending.  Used the lamps as my light source.  I love the warm color and design of the sofa!

I am seriously considering doing this again for 2011 but starting a separate blog and Facebook group for others to join.  For those of you reading my blog who are not on FB, I've changed my profile picture to my 52 week picture every week and have an overwhelming amount of people keeping up with my progress and looking forward to seeing them each week. I thought there might be some interest from others playing along.  Any takers?  I was thinking of adding in some prompts or ideas if people were stumped and needed some inspiration. 

I welcome any other ideas for this project!
Are we not FB friends????  Well, let's fix that right now!

6 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I loveeeeeeeeeeeee that photo Kim..loving the boots too! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

mandiegirl said...

You're so cute, & I love you're little dress/boot combo!

Oh. And I'm sitting in the exact same spot that I sat in while I began my sunday afternoon project of a once a week photo- that lasted for about 3 weeks. You've done well friend!

Marit said...

I deleted my facebook account but I do concider you my friend dear! I love your photo!!! One photo a week? I have my weekly art journal to take care of and I don't know if I would manage one photo every week but maybe as of January, I could combine those things? I'll think about it.

Bekka said...

I like the idea of joining you...so I would probably be up for that. :)

JJ Sobey said...

Neat coincidence - I was just telling a friend yesterday about your project, and we were discussing the idea of a few of us all doing it next year. I would love to join your group if you do it again!

*kim* said...

I totally understand about having good intentions when beginning a project and not completing it...I've done plenty of those.

For those who are thinking about it...COOL! I'll keep you posted. :)