The CY365 Creative Team is a group of outstanding photographers who share their talent each month through daily photo prompts and support in the community. I couldn’t do this without them!
For me P365 is about capturing ordinary moments. Because when I put all the ordinary moments together they turn into something pretty extraordinary.
I absolutely love photography! It has become a great passion of mine. I started Project 365 in June 2011 and haven’t regretted it for one minute. It has become second nature to take a photo a day. My favorite thing to photograph is anything that holds still…mostly nature and Macro photography.
I love to take pictures of my family, my surroundings, the things that catch my eye, and everything else that makes my ordinary, everyday life extraordinary.
Little did I know what started out as a hobby would change the way I look at life. Photography has done just that. I started my 365 journey last February and so glad I kept it up. It’s become an important part of my daily routine.
I love photography and participating in a 365 project because it has helped me to relax, slow down and really see the world around me with fresh eyes. All of those little ordinary moments that soon become just a memory are now preserved in my photos. I enjoy capturing the people and places that are part of my everyday life.
For me, photography is a means to discover more about the world around me and about myself at the same time. I take so many more photos of everyday life since joining the CY365 community. I love shooting with my Canon, but I also love having my iPhone with me at all times to capture moments as they happen.
I love photography because it’s made me slow down and really see the world. The ordinary has become extraordinary. I’m fascinated by the colors and details that seem to jump out at me in my every day life. I am so grateful to have started this journey… can’t wait to see where it goes!
Creative Team Manager
For me, photography is about recording my family’s daily lives. As a homeschooling mom to five sons and living on forty wide-open Kansas acres, I focus on capturing my children, our daily routines, and our rural setting.