There’s been so much ‘this time last year’ chat this week, offline and online. One whole year! It’s so strange reflecting on the past 12 months and all the things that have and haven’t happened.
It also means that it’s a year since I started my distancing diaries photo project. Had I known that it would reach 122 daily images before I signed off for the summer of freedom, I may not have started it, but I’m very glad I did. Once the winter lockdown season kicked in I moved on to my Scenes on Screens project.
I’ve been very happy to have these two projects this last year but this weekend I’ve been plotting two photo adventures for later in April when we have more freedom and I am so excited for being out and about with real people in locations that aren’t my flat or my computer screen.
This was the photo that I sent a year ago today.
And before you know it, here we are at the end of February. February Photo Fest is closed for another year.
As ever, it was nice to have something creative go focus on during this cold grey month – even more so this year. I’m happy I managed to get the usuals spirit of collaboration into my month, by using archive photos and through my Scenes on Screens week, although I hope hy next year I’ll be able to do the usual in person photo adventures. Thank you to everyone who took part and allowed me to grace the pages of this blog with their naked forms.
This is the last shot in my close ups and unusual angles week. Do you know what you’re looking at?
Can’t remember now but I’m almost certain that after taking this photo I would have collected that delicious drip with my tongue or finger. I can’t wait to be collecting delicious drips again soon.
The final Throwback Thursday of this year’s February Photo Fest. The month has gone by so quickly! I first shared this photo last May as a Bank Holiday Bumday on Twitter. Here now is the black and white version.
But do know which cleavage?
Second up in my week of close-ups and unusual angles is the wonderful @19syllables!
For the final week of February Photo Fest my themes is close-ups and unusual angles. So, images were on first glance you may not be so certain what you’re looking at. I must confess, as with most years I don’t have week four as well-planned as the first three so there’ll be a bit of winging it. Let’s see how we get on shall we?!