Day 265: Dock Door
Today is something of a milestone for this Daily series. It is Day 265, which means I have 100 days left! 100 days seems like a lot, and I guess it is, but it is doable.
Over the past 256 days I think I’ve gotten myself into good habits. Gear-wise, I never leave my house without my camera. And while my iPhone has a camera, I don’t count that, since I have never connected with my iPhone as a camera (but that’s another blog post). I’ve learned to ensure that I have a card and sufficiently charged battery in the camera each morning. I’ve learned to double check my camera settings each day. (If I was shooting at ISO 1600 one night, it COULD be the reason my AM shoot shutter speed seems unusually high!
With 365 days to fill in this challenge, I have learned to open my eyes and see better. I’ll pass something on my morning or evening commute that strikes my eye and if the conditions are right, I’ll stop to grab an image. If not, I’ll make a mental note and return under better conditions.
Which brings me to this image. This is one I took a mental note of. While nothing spectacular, it mill loading dock is part of Lawrence’s Landscape, so it caught my eye. I stopped tonight too grab a “scouting” image of. And I will definitely be back to this spot.
What is this, some kind of series?
Yes, it is! Throughout 2017 I’m attempting to take a new image every day and post it to this blog. Ambitious, I know. Success is not guaranteed, but I’ll give it my all. You can see all of the images below. Just click on a thumbnail and flip through them.
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