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Something new from me…a 365 project.

Over the past year or two, I’ve noticed that a lot of photographers have been taking on a 365 project at the beginning of the year. This project simply involves taking a picture every day and posting it on a blog. This has always sounded like fun to me, and I thought about starting one in January but didn’t get around to it.

I thought maybe I’d wait until next January to start my 365, but then I thought, “Who decided this has to start on January 1st?”. So I decided now was a good a time as any to begin!

I’m not entirely sure where this project will go…I’ll just be posting whatever picture I happen to feel like posting, so the subject matter will vary, and there won’t be a particular theme. I’ll probably stick to posting just one photo, with very little text. If I make it too complicated, the odds of me sticking with it for 365 days are very low!

Not all of you will be interested in following this project, so I’ve created a separate page and separate email feed for it. That way, this space will not change at all, and those of you who want to keep up with my 365 posts can bookmark the new page or subscribe to the 365 email feed.

If you’re interested in taking a peek, check out my 365 page, and if you like what you see, you can subscribe to The Frugal Girl 365 by email. You can do that either by clicking the link I just shared, or you can go to The Frugal Girl 365 and enter your email address into the subscription box on the right

I’ve also added a button up at the top of this blog that will take you to the 365 page so it’ll be very easy just to hop on over after reading my posts here.

I hope you enjoy peeking at my life through the lens of my camera. 🙂

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Wednesday 31st of March 2010

What a fantastic idea - I've never heard of this project but use my camera nearly everyday (though mostly to take items of new items I've made for my online shop); I know need to turn my attention to other things and now that I'm working from home, I can really do this. Thanks for the inspiration!!! Jenn @ GEG


Tuesday 30th of March 2010

I love the idea for the new site and the photos themselves.

You're such a good photographer and your family is so beautiful, you might be interested in a book my husband gave me years ago. You could copy the project.

It's a series of photographs of four sisters, taken once per year, in black and white. The photos are taken in different locations, but the girls are always placed in the same position left to right. It starts when they're teenagers and early twenties, and goes into their forties and fifties. It's fascinating, the story it tells just with photos. One of them will be pregnant, or look really great, or suddenly one of them will have aged quite a bit after what we presume has been a tough year or a crisis. Anyway, check it out if you have a chance, it's one of my very favorite photography books. It's called The Brown Sisters. The photos were taken by the husband of the oldest sister, who is a professional photographer.

Trudy Garvey

Tuesday 30th of March 2010

Lovely idea. I am sitting here trying to decide if I could do this too. I'd probably have to tie it into a blog to just so I make sure I do it. I am very intrigued....


Monday 29th of March 2010

I do the 365 project, but I digitally scrapbook my pages. I love how they turn out. I print out the pages and slide them in a notebook. Actually, I do a weekly page and I might have 3,4 or 7 pictures. But, I love scrapbooking.


Monday 29th of March 2010

What an idea...a picture is worth a thousand words...and yours are super! Maybe I'll give it a try, but may need mine to be weekly. Thanks for the idea!

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