May 11, 2014


The word "derailed" fits with the "back on track" from my last post about Project 52, but it also resonates with life in general. I find that sometimes I move forward at a consistent pace, not too fast & not too slow, but headed in the right direction, I get where I'm going. Then out of the blue, I'm derailed - or at the least side-tracked - and my journey is interrupted for both the good and the bad.

Since Easter, I did a bit of weekend traveling (good); helped a hospitalized friend (bad) and threw a party at the house (good), where I took NO photos - if you can believe that (bad). Add hubby doctor appointments & a back that didn't consistently cooperate with me into the mix and the result is not many new photos taken; certainly not one a week! But when I organized them, I hadn't done as badly as I thought I did :)

Perhaps this should be named Project 52 - unless life gets in the way!

Whatever I call it, I will continue to work toward taking photos once a week, improving my photography, and staying on the tracks!

Happy viewing!

March 30, 2014

Project 52 Back on Track!

I've just posted the photos for this week & last week. I'm back on track taking a photo a week. Missed a few, but that's life. The point for me is to make an effort to work on my photography skills. If I miss a week or two it's OK, I just need to get back behind the lens.

I hope you enjoy!!

March 21, 2014


I'm starting this new blog to highlight my photography. I wanted to have a place where friends & family... near & far can see what I've shot lately.

I took on Project 52 this year - taking a photo a week. I will post the past ones here and update it (hopefully once a week at a minimum). Of course, I've already missed some weeks & it's only March. Oh well, such is life! I originally started a Project 365, but that quickly became too difficult. Maybe after I retire I can do the 365, but for now it's just too much when working full time.

This was the first Project 52 pic. Be sure to visit my Project 52 page; just click on the words "Project 52" above.