Wandering Camera is an idea that came to me quite suddenly and I thought it would be a great way to involve all of you. As you already know, I love seeing the world through my camera lens. I really enjoy taking photos of foreign lands, old cities, civilizations and ruins. Nature also provides me with endless opportunities – light reflecting off mountains, wild flowers at the foothills, the night sky, flowing waterfalls, the stillness of a forest, just to name a few.
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John Muir Trail, Yosemite National Park, California, May, 2011
I also take just as many photos of everyday life. It is a rare day when I haven’t taken at least one photo, suspending a moment of life. This year I decided to continue on that note and officially take one photo per day for 365 days. It is based on an idea that has been circulating for a few years now.
Old Warehouses Of Bergen, Norway, September 2013
This year, most of my photos are going be about journalling everyday life. I am letting my camera wander and direct the photos I take. I am often surprised by how much more I see this way. I am hoping to be creative in taking photos around my house and also looking to learn more about the area where I live.
Moving Day, January, 2014
You also already take photos and share them on your blog posts. They range from your creative projects, vacation photos, family visits, walks in your neighbourhood and your daily musings. I love seeing those photos and reading about them.
First Winter Quilt At Sonoma State Historic Park, January, 2014
Past Links With Photography Tips
I invite you to join me by linking up to the Wandering Camera event. You don’t have to take a photo per day like me, but you can use the link-up excuse to push yourself past your comfort zone. You can be creative with the settings, use low light to your advantage and reacquaint yourself with your camera.
Here is a little badge for you to share on your page. Please invite others to participate.
Let’s get creative!