Hello Wednesday. In honor of this very rainy, grey day, I’ll be posting bright, sunny pictures. Ha, so there. Take that, weather.
Carrying on to THE Project. This is a project that’s been in my head for some time. I’m really excited to share it with you.
May I introduce to you THE Project. The first part isn’t an acronym, I promise. It just looks cooler with capital letters. Every so often, I’ll post a set of pictures portraying either an object or theme. Themes will be based on books. Sound cool? Yep, I’m excited too. I feel that I tend to snap a few pictures of something, and then move on without digging deeper and discovering what else the object offers for my camera. THE Project is meant to be a deliberate look at how I shoot photos.
You’re welcome to join me, if you wish. Comment with the link to your blog post – I’d love to see your take on THE Project. No pressure though. This is a personal journey, not a meme or a weekly blog link-up.
The corncribs exist in so many of my childhood memories. For as long as I can remember, they’ve always stood there – two metal cages. One is entirely clean, while the other is covered in vines, and has been often used by the cattle for shade. Once upon a time, they held thousands of ears of feed corn – food for the cattle in the wintertime. Now that we do not grow feed corn, they stand as landmarks alongside the road to the barns.
Have a lovely Wednesday!