Project 366 is two-thirds complete!

As of today, I’ve gone through eight months and 250 photos in my photo-a-day-for-one-year project. I’ve somehow managed to keep track of the photo number as I post them, only because I double-check before posting them. Here are a few highlights from June:

Pedestrian bridge at Vancouver's Olympic Village

P366:219 – Pedestrian bridge at Vancouver’s Olympic Village

P366:224 – Five o’clock shadow

Signage indicating the new Vancouver bike route, the North Arm Trail.

P366:239 – North Arm Trail


Project 366 update: February favourites

No post ideas have popped up this weekend, so I’ll put up a couple of photos that I took during February for my photo-a-day-for-a-year project. There wasn’t a theme, but I did put the photos through instagram’s filters before posting them.

The first one was taken February 10. I like how one particular filter created a bluish glow surrounding the neon cross. The second one was taken February 20. I got the shutter to go off as the train was moving, but before it left the station, creating the blur effect. You can see all the photos I’ve taken during February here, and a set of sets (arranged by month) here. I’m officially one-third of the way done!

Photo #102 in my Project 366

P366:102 - Blue

Photo #112 in my project 366. It portrays a SkyTrain leaving Sea Island Centre Station heading toward YVR-Airport.

P366:112 - Train to YVR