Happy Monday! (I promise not to start every post this way)
Today is day one of my 52 week project, Macro Monday. Which was inspired by Day 14 in Noah Scalin’s book as mentioned in my previous post.
” Make something microscopic. How small can you work? Can you make something that requires a magnifying glass or microscope to see?”
Here are two images that I took today. I think it may be a bit obvious what this is, but I’ve decided to post reference pictures for each Macro Monday on the following Macro Monday. Feel free to share your thoughts and feelings about these week after week, or even critique them. The goal is to take more pictures and learn as I go. I hope you enjoy! (original work by @k8meier)
Be Inspired. Live Boldly.
Here are the reference images. Thank you @k8meier for sharing your art work and letting my capture your brush strokes.
Happy Sunday to everyone, one week down of the new year! I hope resolutions are still intact while others still forming, it’s never too late. I have some projects I will be starting this coming week. They are designed to get my creative mind moving, push my comfort zones, expand my photography skills and lastly to keep me writing. I’m starting a week late due to a crazy bug I got over New Years that wiped me out all of last week.
After being laid up and loosing my voice my sweet husband felt sympathetic and took me to Borders to find some happy inspiration to get me through this coming week. Naturally, I went back to the crafting section. I hemmed and hawed over a few books but stopped when I got to Noah Scalin’s “A Daily Creativity Journal 365 Make Something Everyday And Change Your Life!”
I do not plan to follow his day to day plan. Instead I have pulled five simple suggestions to expound on, one day and week at a time. This madness will start tomorrow, I hope I can keep up!
Stay tuned to see the topics, and get explanations. I might even have a guest 365er joining me for accountabilities sake. More details to come!
I have a few more dates to sure up in regards the photo walks, and will have this posted next weekend.
Have you ever thought of doing a 52 week or 365 day project? If so what was or is your topic?
Be inspired. Live Boldly.