Project 365

Click It Up A Notch

Hello. I’ve decided to accept a 2015 Project 365 photo challenge by Courtney of , a website to help you learn to improve your photos one click at a time.

My 365 photos will be included below. Please comment and share what you like and ways that the photos can be improved, or simply see my progress over time. :-) If you’re interested in my camera, lenses, software or photo props, see my Current List of Camera Equipment.


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Container Gardening

Last weekend, I got my container garden planted with flowers, veggies, and herbs and they are growing nicely. I plan to include some posts about my gardening adventures soon, but here's a sneak peak of what's going on in my garden so far. (more…) ...
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roasted | This American Plate

How To Roast Beets

I have eaten beets before, but I have to admit that I have never purchased fresh beets and cooked them. Today, I did just that by roasting them. Though beets are high in carbohydrates, they are packed with healthy nutrients that help lower blood pressure, ...
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naked raspberry chocolate cake | This American Plate

Project 365 | Just Cake

Project 365 | Day 40 So as you probably have realized, most of my photos have been of food or items related to food. I tell you, it's been challenging photographing food everyday. Yes, I eat everyday, but often times what I'm eating doesn't inspire me ...
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Radishes | This American Plate

Project 365: Radishes

Day 32 Radishes are one of those vegetables that are beautiful in color, but only seem to get love as a topping for salads. I've gotten hooked on making and eating refrigerator pictures, and have a batch of them in the fridge waiting to turn into ...
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Ranunculus | This American Plate

Project 365: Faux Flowers

Flowers are beautiful wonders. Their colors and soft petals attract insects and birds who help them reproduce. All of this beauty and fragrance also attract me and probably you too. My favorite flowers are Peonies and Ranunculus. I really can't get enough of them. I love receiving them as surprise gifts ...
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7 thoughts on “Project 365

  1. Hi! Your pics are great and I found you via Click It Up a Notch! Really loved your idea for an inexpensive photo backdrop using tile from Lowe’s – might have to try that out too!

    1. Hi Tina. I’m glad you like the inexpensive photo backdrop idea. At almost $2.50/tile, you can’t beat that for a backdrop. Since purchasing that one, I’ve used it in several photos.

    1. Thanks MaryEllen! I’m glad you love both just like me, and I look forward to our future comment conversations.

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