I probably won't ever do a 365 again...It wasn't all that easy. I am still really glad I have done it though; It'll be nice to look back on and see how fast McKynley has grown over the year. I am thinking of doing a 52 week project in 2012. I can't decide. (A picture every week, instead of everyday.) As a way to kind of ween myself off of 365. Also as an excuse to still use my camera often; if not then I am afraid I would let it sit in my camera bag and never use it anymore...which would then probably result in me forgetting all of the things that I learned about photography/my camera during this 365.
52 weeks sounds a lot easier, because there have been quite a few days this year where I wasn't really feelin' the whole picture a day thing and just wanted to skip days due to not feeling well, not having an idea of what to photograph, or just simply being too lazy to take a photo. With 52 weeks if I feel like skipping I still have 6 other days for the chance to get a photo in. Sounds good to me.
I saw my friends School Boy Humor last week, when they came home to Arkansas to do a show in Little Rock. I'll tell you about it in the next day or two. That's one thing I want to be better about in 2012...blogging about the shows I go to, which was the whole reason I created this blog in the first place; but then 365 seemed to take over. Which I feel kind of ruined Rockstars and Randomness, seeing as there have hardly been any rockstars present in my post since this project started.
That and the fact that every time I turned around I had another show to go to, which as a show-goer I loved, but as a blogger it made it hard to find the time to write about the shows I was attending.
Since I don't like posting entries on my blog that don't include pictures here is a picture of Phil from the SBH show last week:
You can find School Boy Humor's music on iTunes: A self-titled album, 2 EP's (one of which including a cover of Colbie Callet's "Realize") and 3 new singles; "7 Minutes in Heaven", "Sex & Rock 'N Roll" and "Nobody"
"7 Minutes in Heaven"
"Sex and Rock 'N Roll":
An acoustic version of "Nobody":