Now before you start complaining that there are only 28 days in February—I realize that. I’m using the term “30 Day Challenge” loosely, so settle down.
And no, I haven’t forgotten about it. You thought I had, didn’t you? You thought since I didn’t link to photos on the 1st and 2nd from Twitter that I just forgot altogether, right? Well, you’ll have to forgive me, I’m still a little rusty with this social networking thing after 30 days off. Hard to get back into the mindset.
Seriously, though, I’ve been taking at least a photo day and posting it to Flickr, but I realized that I didn’t want the photos taken for the challenge getting mixed with all the other “stuff” I post to Flickr; so I created a special section on my photoblog for surfacing the 30 day challenge photos.
I take a lot of photos, so to put a finer point on the challenge, I’m going to try post pictures that best summarize the day. Of course, some of my days can get really boring; or rather, there aren’t many good ways to represent the repetition of my day visually (how do you represent 10 hours of meetings in a photo?). So perhaps the greater challenge isn’t so much taking a photo, but adding a little visual variety into my day.
I’ll probably do most of my posting in the evening after I have a chance to look through the pictures from the day. But you never know. Guess you’re just going to have to stop in often.