My Project 365, one week in or "still hanging in there" if you will! All joking aside, one picture that captures the day each day sounds completely do-able until schedules, work, fading light (4:00 pm has never been so annoyingly dark in this neck of the woods!) and everything else gets in the way. My Flickr sets are littered with 365 projects that lost steam, usually around February or March. I'm determined not to let that happen this year. The process of watching and documenting with this project, this little thing I do each day, is a commitment I'm just really loving. It's important. I'm learning to have my camera with me at all times, which is a little strange but also important. On Thursday, Rob and I passed the most beautiful ice fall out of the side of a rock face while traveling home from work on a route we rarely take. I gasped at how beautiful it was, he grabbed for his phone. The shot was missed... but those falls are still there and I'm going to snap them very soon. Those unexpected moments are so lovely, but what is most unexpected is the way I go about finding shots in a day... I'm watching everything more closely, trying to appreciate and observe. I find myself looking at things a little differently. Unexpected, indeed. I love the photo journaling part of this project, and am learning that the day looks a bit different with some reflection and most certainly is clearer the day after. Unexpected goodness from this little project of mine, the perfect start to this new year, I think. Happy Tuesday, all!