All good things must come to an end. January was my last month of doing my Monthly Photo Challenge word (at least for the time being). The end of January marked two full years of me trying this, and while I definitely enjoyed doing it, I somehow feel like it’s time to try something different. I’m not sure what the different photo challenge will be, but I’ll let you know once the creative ideas start flowing.
January was my month of TYPOGRAPHY and I spent the month looking for cool fonts and fun sayings.
So here’s my TYPOGRAPHY recap for you.
The January Photo Challenge took me from …
… Large wall murals to small napkin details.
… Street signs and sidewalk sayings.
… Bike locking posts and climbing training walls.
… Rainy walks on the beaches of Vancouver to sun-filled walks on the beaches of California.
… Coffee dates and words of wisdom.
… Family trips to Disneyland and Moby the Big Grey Van.
Thank you so much to everyone who joined in with me over the past 2 years – I’ve loved every single one of your pictures! Here’s to my next photography challenge, whatever that might be 🙂
Keep taking pictures!
Happy New Year! Did you have fun ringing in 2018? We were social for a bit and had a few drinks at the local craft breweries. Then we headed back to the van, made pizza, watched a movie, and just made it to midnight. Success! 🙂 December, full of buildings and structures and unique design, was My Month of Architecture and has come to an end. I’ll share the full photo round-up in a few days time.
January Month of TYPOGRAPHY
This month might mark my last monthly photo challenge. By the end of the month, I will have done two full years of these monthly photo spreads, and I’m wondering about switching things up again. We’ll see how I feel by the end of the month! I’ve been thinking about trying out this prompt for quite a while, so I’m excited to start snapping pictures. Looking for the neat fonts, quirky signs and sayings, even the graffiti on walls might be part of my monthly typography pictures.
So, I’ll be dedicating January to my month of TYPOGRAPHY I would absolutely love to see what ideas you come up with, too, so if you’d like to join in, please do (as many or as little photos as you’d like). I’ll post my findings on various social media places – Instagram, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, tagging #MyMonthOfTypography and #MyMonthOfJanuary.
Here’s to a month of TYPOGRAPHY!
Well, somehow December has almost passed me by and I only just realized that I never posted my November photo challenge recap! So I figured it’s better late than never. November was my month of BLACK and WHITE and it was a fitting prompt, as we had record rainfall in Vancouver that month. But as I look back at the photos, I realize that the gloominess of the weather has somehow transformed into pictures that don’t seem all that gloomy! I found the photo challenge somewhat difficult for me, at times (because I really wanted to see pops of colour), but looking back at the entire series, I’m really happy with the end result. There’s definitely something appealing about looking at a series of black and white photos. 🙂
So here’s my BLACK and WHITE recap for you.
The November Photo Challenge took me from …
… Misty walks through the forest and raindrops on leaves.
… Airport delays and wintry locations.
… Dawson Creek to Edmonton to Washington State.
… Training days in the gym and on the climbing wall.
… Wedding anniversary wanderings.
And just like that, we’re almost finished December and a new challenge word! This month is all about ARCHITECTURE and you can check out the details here.
We’ve officially hit the last month of 2017! While the stores and media adverts have been reminding us of the upcoming season since October, we’ve held out on getting too Christmas-y until today. Come December 1st, the Advent calendar is making its appearance, we can’t wait to see all the festive lights, and it’s only a matter of time until our favourite gingersnap cookies are made. November was a gloomy-weather month and My Month of Black and White has come to an end. I’ll share the full photo round-up in a few days time.
December Month of ARCHITECTURE
This might not be the most festive of words (unlike my December 2016 word), but I’m looking forward to it, none-the-less. I’ve focused on the word Buildings before, but I think ARCHITECTURE has the potential to include so much more! I’m thinking buildings, bridges, art work, design… Basically any man-made structure that catches my eye is going to be fair game.
So, I’ll be dedicating December to my month of ARCHITECTURE I would absolutely love to see what ideas you come up with, too, so if you’d like to join in, please do (as many or as little photos as you’d like). I’ll post my findings on various social media places – Instagram, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, tagging #MyMonthOfArchitecture and #MyMonthOfDecember.
Here’s to a month of ARCHITECTURE!
As this is posted, I’m sitting in the Prince George airport, waiting for the visibility to improve in Dawson Creek, so we can fly. More importantly, so we can land. So, I figured what better way to make use of the multi-hour delay, than to get out my October photo recap! When I was looking back through all the photos, I couldn’t believe that some of these photos were actually taken in October! I must say, that is the one thing I love about my monthly photo challenges – reminiscing about the month. October was my month of MONOTONE and I really did love trying to capture as many single colours as I could.
So here’s my MONOTONE recap for you.
The October Photo Challenge took me from …
… Gorgeous pale pink sunset skies to the solidly grey rainy skies.
… Bright white buildings to dark black coffee shops.
… All of the crisp colours of autumn, from the leaves to the food.
… Enjoying the tastes of Thanksgiving and enjoying the new murals around town.
… Realizing how colourful the world is, while waiting for the bus to come.
And just like that, we’re into November and a new challenge word! This month is all about BLACK AND WHITE and you can check out the details here.