Project 365

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I can say I am anywhere

One of the advantages I found to my picture of the day project is that when I look back through the past year I can look at a photo and almost immediately remember where I was on that day. The weather around here lately makes it look like I am somewhere other than Southern California.

Day 3 of 2011 finds me still home but it looks like I might be in Indiana.

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Dark Ages

Different year, same weather

I decided that I was going to discontinue visiting Indiana in the winter, but the way things have been around here lately, I do not see much difference. Yeah, I know they have snow, but it is not as nearly as wet as rain.

My picture of the day for day two of 2011 was taken on another dreary morning in Southern California. Rain, rain, please go away.

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Nice Weather For a Duck

Time to start a new year

I am going to continue with my photo of the day project, also known as Project 365. While I really had to force myself to complete the project for 2010, I did it and I am glad I did. I had thought about switching it up a little, like have a different theme each month, but I am not sure how I want to approach this. I guess for now I will see if I can do an entire month with me in the daily photo. Last year, I made it 18 days before I started using photos of inanimate objects.

My photo of the day for day one of this exercise was taken on the road up to Mount Baldy, outside of Los Angeles. Even though it is New Years Day and people are supposed to be home nursing hangovers and watching football, apparently no one got the notice. There was so much traffic we ended up turning around and finding somewhere to have lunch.

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On the Road to Mt Baldy

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