It’s been more than a month since I have had something to say. Sometimes life just drags on and you lumber on, without any complains, untill you finally realise nothing is the way you dreamed off it. There are so many things to do, places to see, things to experience and books to read, but so little time! I am currently reading 4 books, all half done, some lost, some forgotten during a flight in the plane, some too boring to go on, but I intend to finish them somehow!
Starting several things and not being able to see them finished is very disheartening for me. So today in front of all my readers, followers, friends, including those that don’t care, I declare the start of Project 365! What is project 365? Nothing new, googling it will give you about 46,500,000 results in just 0.19 seconds! So you may think everyone does it. Well yes, but then aren’t we all doing things that everyone else has been doing for years together? What matters is doing it differently!
Coming back to Project 365…the objective is to click a new picture everyday and post it for 365 days, starting from today! Sounds exciting? No? I have seen photographers all around the world doing this to learn, experiment and grow. Finally I have mustered up enough courage to take-up this little endeavour. What inspired me was the classic Meryl Streep movie Julie & Julia. Based on the life of the famous chef Julia Child and the life of Julie Powel, an New York based author who decides to cook all the french dishes from Julia Child’s first book in 365 days, this award wining movie is a must watch. Not only did Julie Powell succeed in cooking up 524 recipes in 365 days, but her blog on the experience went on to become a big hit!. It was made into a book and then the beautiful movie!
So on this note I leave you with a picture, not taken today but a couple of days back, early morning from my window! What I really want to say from this picture is that you can really find what you looking for, even in the most unlikely places, provided you look for it! Cheezy but I mean it!