Project 365 Photos: Update 3


 
Hey guys!

It's been far too long since the last projet 365 photos update, I know.

For those of you who don't know about the project, it's really simple: you take one photograph a day throughout the entire year to document your life.

2014 is nearly over and I think that's a good time to show you some more of my photos.
Maybe this will encourage you to start the project yourself.

I started on January 1st and until today I have not missed out one day. Taking one photo a day can be tricky for so many reasons. But if you can motivate yourself to do it, this project is a fantastic way to document your life. There are so many things your brain wont remember itself, so why not help out by taking a photo?

Some of you might worry about not being able to photograph something exciting each day.
That's completely fine. Honestly, my life is not exciting every day. There are some days where I just sit at my desk and work and that is really nothing special. But those days happen so why not document them?

I am definitely going to finish the project this year and continue in 2015. I just can't wait to look back on it in a few years. :)


Here are some of the latest shots.
May you enjoy!


September 4th: I've developed a pretty unhealthy obsession with hydrangeas this year...

September 15th: Learned the beginning of Hozier's "Cherry Wine". Beautiful but difficult!


September 20th: Pumpkin timeeeeeeeeeeee.


October 10th: Walks with the little Mr are always fun. Even he is smiling!


October 19th: Flea market in Berlin on a Sunday - can't think of a better combination.


October 24th: Oh you sweet little macarons.

October 28th: New house in the sand work space! Oh so vintage!


November 1st: About 30% of all photographs are sky/sunset photographs.

November 2nd: Furry, elegant friend.


November 8th: Told you...

 
November 15th: Photographed Ed Sheeran, what an incredible performer.

December 6th: Put the tree up! It's the "small people" edition.


December 12th: Heaven took away someone special that day.

 
December 15th: Spontaneous shooting outside.


Alrighty, that's it. I hope you enjoyed a few more insights.


Let me know if you have done the project before OR if you are thinking about doing it next year.
:)


Thank you for reading!






Credits // Text & Photography: Vanessa Jertschewske

2 comments:

  1. amazing recap and photos, and so cute your little Mr !!!
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    1. Thank you very much, Marika! He's adorable. :)

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