#100DayProject: Photography-Week Twelve

“I cannot help but wonder how many of us walk through our lives, day after day, feeling slightly broken and alone, surrounded all the time by others who feel exactly the same way.” -Patrick Rothfuss, The Slow Regard of Silent Things

While waiting in line in San Francisco this week to hear Neil Gaiman speak, I struck up a conversation with an interesting woman dressed in beautiful shades of green. We talked of our love of Gaiman, but also of our own creative endeavors. It felt wonderful to have projects to talk about and to feel comfortable sharing my journey. Art allows us to connect through our shared brokenness and to feel part of something bigger than ourselves.

I’m still new to calling myself a writer and photographer, but I’m loving this journey of creative self-expression. My photos this week mostly come from that overnight trip. I hope you enjoy them and have a wonderful week.

If you’re unfamiliar with the 100 Day Project, the concept is simple. You choose any creative project you like and do it every day for 100 days, sharing your process on social media using the hashtag #The100DayProject. This year the dates are Feb. 13-May 24.

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Here are a few bonus photos:

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26 thoughts on “#100DayProject: Photography-Week Twelve

  1. Wow, Bridgette, you have a wide range of photo subjects and beautiful photos! The baby is adorable, and the photo of the plant with the blurred bridge in the distance is wonderful. Great job! ❤️😎👍🏻

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  2. terrific piccies and I’m dead jealous of you hearing Gaiman. Love his work, even if it is sometimes too bizarre for my brain. American Gods was extraordinary though Good Omens, because it derives from Just William books and is devilishly funny will always be my fav…

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  3. A good range of photos that’s for sure. I must go against popular opinion as I find the flower good but the big red bridge part in the background distracting as I don’t know what the focal point is supposed to be. Baby bubbles is priceless 🙂

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