300th post of this round of Project 365, I'm going to throw some week-long themes into the mix. It's time for an extra challenge -- and some new inspiration!
First up: Photos before noon.
That may seem like an odd first choice, but here's my rationale: I've found myself falling into a bad habit. Though I have a camera with me all day long every day, I don't think to get my photo of the day until I'm home and it's after dinner.
I'll tell you what, that gets a little stale after a while. Especially when it's dark at that time of day and it's the dead of winter.
So, the first theme -- photos before noon -- is my personal kick in the pants to be looking for photo subjects in the morning.
A bonus: it means I have more time free in the evening. And when is that a bad thing?
The photo in this post is the first of this theme. I made this photo right after I exited my car at work, a little before 8:00 a.m. Dirty ice clumps like this are a common sight on cars at this time of year. After the last snow storm, they built up on my car enough that they rubbed the tires when I turned.
A true pain, but it just comes with the territory.
Camera: Canon 40D, 1/60s, f/3.5 at ISO 640 at about 7:45 a.m.