My father was our family's official photographer. Everywhere we went, at every age, Dad was there capturing the moments on film. Mum has boxes and boxes of slides at home documenting our family from the day they met(!) until well past the day the baby of the house moved out (that's me.) The only drawback to all these photos though, is that we don't have very many of the photographer.
At the end of November, I decided to take part in the Flickr 365 Days project. In a nutshell, it's one self-portrait a day, for an entire year. At the very least, I'll document how much I change over the course of the year and get some fun pics while I'm at it. The best part of the project so far though, is that it's forcing me to use my camera every day and really pushing my photography skills forward.
The entire set is here. I've been doing it for more than 100 days, which is way further along than I ever thought I'd get. If you've thought about doing the project too, we have a smaller, supportive knitterly group to play with. I know at first glance it seems narcissistic, but trust me, once you get going, you'll find it's almost the opposite.