ONE PHOTO. 366 DAYS.
As some of you may know, I recently started a Project 366 photo challenge. One photo taken each day for the entire Leap Year. Taking one photo a day doesn't sound particularly difficult, right? With our days filled with so much already, I have found that this has already become quite the commitment! I will be both proud and grateful to reach my 366th day-only 289 more to go!
I decided to begin this project because I was beginning to lose sight of the reason I fell in love with photography in the first place. We were in the middle of a long winter and I found myself reluctantly pulling out my camera to photograph the people who have inspired me the most- my children. I knew that each day with them held so much beauty and I wanted to capture those tiny, in-between moments that would ultimately make up our entire year. And so I began, very slowly and with much trepidation. What in the world would I photograph every single day?? I over thought and over planned in the beginning. It took me a good while before I realized that I didn't need to try so hard- I just needed to sit back and watch a little more closely. And so, with my camera ready and a fresh perspective, I've done exactly that. Clicking away and capturing the ordinary, messy, everyday moments that make up our story.
Here are a handful of images that I have taken over the past couple months for this project. Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek into my little corner of the world!
If you would like to follow my entire Project 366 journey, follow me on Instagram @elisetravisphotography.
Day 2- Coffee as art
Day 23- When I grow up I'll be a super hero
Day 30- Sticky fingers
Day 39- Simplicity
Day 50- My only sunshine
Day 51- Reassurance during a thunderstorm
Day 53- Golden eyes
Day 61 - Keep Dancing
Day 62 - Show me your true colors
Day 76 - The softest light