Day 100: Complete
A day late but we got there in the end. Looking forward to the weekends exhibition but still have no idea how I will exhibit my photographs. Feeling a little sad it’s over and looking forward to 100 Days Project 2015! I had to finish with these crazies.
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Day 99: Serenity
Good for the soul.
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Day 92: Going Places
Our busy city that never stops.
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Day 91: West Coast
A gorgeous day at Muriwai exploring the gannet colony and the caves. This was my favourite shot of the day but it was hard as there were some good ones.
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Day 82: Blue Tuesday
Beautiful day at our local. I even got myself some sunburnt shoulders. Feeling excited for summer to arrive now.
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Day 67: Power Poles
One of the things the 100 Days Project has inspired me to do is think about what ordinary things I can photograph that my kids will look at when they are my age and be amazed by. Places that will change, things that will no longer exist or will be antique, retro, vintage or what ever catch phrase is coined for our generations treasures. I think Power Poles will be one of these they are becoming scarce on our city streets as they all go underground.
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Day 61: Theatre
We went to see Boyhood at the Bridgeway last night. A really insightful movie that was filmed over a 12 year period as the main actor grew from a 6 year old boy through to an 18 year old teen. He studies photography developing in the dark room, which was lovely and nostalgic for me as that was my schooling, although being only over the last 12 years they also had the digital aspect which wasn’t around when I was a teen!
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