Thursday, December 23, 2010

We need help...

We are quickly coming upon the end of the 365 project, and now have to decide what next year will be with regards to our photography... Seeing that we both are pretty bound by our environments, we have whined that we find it hard to discover new views where we are. Yes, I know, we really do have an unlimited source of images within our own homes, but we are challenged with finding inspiration in those environments. We have discussed carrying on for another year, taking turns taking pictures, doing a picture and a written piece (each of us switching, and staying unaware of the piece each creates.) I have even suggested we play with themes this next year, doing a theme a week, a word, a number, or something of that sort. Perhaps other ideas?

What do you think -- our fabulous, curious, unannounced but dedicated spectators? We need ideas, encouragement, and even a tickle of support (there are SOME people who think we should stop all together!!)

Much Love to those Who Support our Creativity & Imagination,  Evelyn
PS. How can we give up THESE kinds of images?


  1. Before I logged on, I thought I might post a thank you for this year and then scrolled down to this note. So first: Thank you. Your daily images have inspired and taught me. Thank you for making a difference in my life in 2010. I was actually lamenting the end of the year and the end of your project. So to hear there is a glimmer of hope for 2011 is a wonderful surprise.
    The ideas so far are great ones. Weekly or themed images would be nice...perhaps a prepared list of items or types of shots you want to try and the list could serve as a guide or a scavenger hunt for the year...?
    I look forward to your decision.
    Happy Holidays to you both!

  2. It has been such a joy to admired the similarities in the gorgeous photography of two soul that feel and see like one. The thought of not being able to look forward to the picture of the day is kind of sad. Maybe a compromise between these two busy women will be possible, and I can continue my curiosity with excitement.
    I love you, both. Thank you for your hard effort and dedication to each other. Happy New Year to my two hijitas de mi alma.