2019 Project 365: January Part II • RI Family Photographer

Just like that, January is over. It seems like we were just celebrating the new year and now we’re into a whole new month, inching ever closer towards spring.

Each and every day, I pick up my camera and take a new photo for my project 365. There are some days when it’s a little tricky to interpret the day’s prompt through a photograph, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It helps to make those creative muscles (where do those muscles actually live?) more flexible. It helps me to see and think about things from different perspectives.

Since much of my work is primarily done from home, I’m AT home a lot of the time, and many of my photos are taken there, especially in our small but bright kitchen. Use the space you have for photos; it can work!

Below are the photos from the second half of January. Take a little peek into my world.

1/16/19 • Hot drink

kettle and glass of tea on a table

1/17/19 • Circles

two onions on a cutting board

1/18/19 • Hugs

woman holding cat

1/19/19 • Popcorn

bowl of popcorn, viewed from above

1/20/19 • Sleep

woman sleeping on a couch

1/20/19 • Blue

Narragansett Town Beach in winter

1/21/19 • Handwriting

note sticking out of lunchbox

1/22/19 • Your favorite pie

This has been my favorite pie since I was a kid. My mom used to make it all the time; it’s a recipe passed down from my great grandmother. I can’t eat it anymore because I found out I’m celiac 2 1/2 years ago (though I suppose I could find a gluten free substitute for Ritz crackers!)

Mystic pie recipe

1/23/19 • Frozen

Frozen raspberries and blueberries in a red bowl

1/24/19 • Use your imagination

surfer at Monahan’s Dock in Narragansett, RI

1/25/19 • Friends

Dog and woman standing next to sliding glass door

1/27/19 • Cold

mason jar full of water and ice

1/28/19 • Macro Monday

macro photo of a sea urchin

1/29/19 • Movement

woman stirring tea

1/30/19 • Oranges

oranges and lime in a bowl

1/31/19 • A beautiful sight

Lunch sure is a beautiful sight on a day when you haven’t had enough time to eat breakfast.

bowl of chicken soup

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