I see a lot of photographers do Projects 365 which is where they take photos everyday for 365 days and the idea is to have 365 images at the end of the year. Having an image to document my everyday for an entire year sounds amazing but also sounds like a failure waiting to happen and if there is one thing I hate to do is fail so in that case it sounds like a super stressful year. With that said I decided instead of a Project 365 I would do a Project 52, so I only have to have 1 image a week. So far this project has been a success and of course I have ended up with more that 1 image a week, which is fine by me. The project has forced me to pick up my camera for personal use at least once a week and I absolutely love it. I am growing in my photography at the same time as capturing truly memorable moments in my life. My kids on the other hand are already sick of it but nothing a little bribing can't take care, always have M&M's on hand and life is good!

Photography has taught me that the saying "Life Begins at the end of your Comfort Zone" (-Neale Donald Walsch) is so true. I have been taken far out of my comfort zone and I am loving every minute of it.

I was a little obsessed with B&W images this month but something about them speaks to me. I feel like they tell my story best, not everything is always bright and colorful but life keeps moving forward (at a very fast pace, I might add).

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