365 Photo Project

I have decided on a new project for 2010.

I plan to post a photo for each day of the year. Every photo will be taken on my Iphone. This will help me to explore what photographic possibilities exist using just a simple camera. I am allowing for the possibility of some editing, but only using the tools available in Iphone applications.

I reckon that this will be a fun project. I hope that I can be regular and consistent with my uploading.

You are welcome to follow my progress and provide your comments along the way.

You’ll find the photos on the page ‘365’ with a link at the top line on the web site.


Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

One thought on “365 Photo Project”

  1. Think you need a better link into your 365 page so that it’s more obvious from the front page.

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