October, 2009 Archives

2009 Challenge, Day 303: Morning Nap

October 30th, 2009 Permalink

Day 303/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Tired".

Morning Nap

Day 303/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Tired".

2009 Challenge, Day 302: Panic

October 29th, 2009 Permalink

Day 302/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Panic". This song has been in my head all day since I saw the challenge theme. It’s only right that it becomes my shot for the theme.

Panic

Day 302/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Panic".

This song has been in my head all day since I saw the challenge theme. It’s only right that it becomes my shot for the theme.

2009 Challenge, Day 301: 1 Million Scoville

October 28th, 2009 Permalink

Day 301/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Pain".

1 Million Scoville

Day 301/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Pain".

2009 Challenge, Day 300: Safflower

October 27th, 2009 Permalink

Day 300/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Growing".

Safflower

Day 300/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Growing".

2009 Challenge, Day 299: Empty Escalator

October 26th, 2009 Permalink

Day 299/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Empty".

Empty Escalator

Day 299/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Empty".

One Week Until The November Challenge

October 25th, 2009 Permalink

Are you ready? The November Challenge from photochallenge.org is only a week away! This promises to be a really fun challenge, and chances are you already have everything you need to participate. In November, we are going to be shooting one photo per day — with our mobile phones. It doesn’t matter if you have […]

Greeted By The Fog

Are you ready? The November Challenge from photochallenge.org is only a week away! This promises to be a really fun challenge, and chances are you already have everything you need to participate.

In November, we are going to be shooting one photo per day — with our mobile phones. It doesn’t matter if you have an iPhone, an Android device, a BlackBerry, a Palm, an old flip phone, or even one of those Windows phones — as long as it has a camera and you can get the photos off the device somehow, you can participate!

You have a week left to practice, and then the challenge starts. Are you ready?

The Long Sleep

2009 Challenge, Day 298: Shattered And Heartbroken

October 25th, 2009 Permalink

Hacienda Restaurant 12020 San Pablo Ave Richmond, CA 94805 Day 298/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Broken". Here’s a shot of the sign when the neon tubes were still intact: www.flickr.com/photos/jeremybrooks/403044938/

Shattered And Heartbroken

Hacienda Restaurant
12020 San Pablo Ave
Richmond, CA 94805

Day 298/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Broken".

Here’s a shot of the sign when the neon tubes were still intact: www.flickr.com/photos/jeremybrooks/403044938/

2009 Challenge, Day 297: Pummer

October 24th, 2009 Permalink

Day 297/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "LED". A breadboard with a prototype pummer. One day I will finish this project….

Pummer

Day 297/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "LED".

A breadboard with a prototype pummer. One day I will finish this project….

2009 Challenge, Day 296: Control Box

October 23rd, 2009 Permalink

Day 296/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Box".

Control Box

Day 296/365 of the 2009 Challenge. The theme is "Box".

Changing States

October 23rd, 2009 Permalink

You may recall the 50 States Project that I blogged about a while back. The project consisted of visiting all 50 states within the year, documenting each state with photographs along the way. Recently the project was completed, and Sarah has published a book documenting her journey. It’s called “Changing States”, and you can get […]

Changing States, by Sarah Sharp

You may recall the 50 States Project that I blogged about a while back. The project consisted of visiting all 50 states within the year, documenting each state with photographs along the way.

Recently the project was completed, and Sarah has published a book documenting her journey. It’s called “Changing States”, and you can get it on Blurb.

I can’t do much better than to quote her own description of the book:

An observational account of my journey to all 50 United States over the course of this year, including photographs and writing that seek to reconstruct the transformative experience.

The preview of the book on Blurb looks great. I can’t wait to get my hands on a hard copy. Congrats on completing your project, Sarah!