270/366 – Empty

270/366 – Empty
This past week has been a blur, and a bit of an emotional roller coaster. I am finally going to try to get caught up, though I didn’t take a photograph every day so I will have to make up for it at some point I guess.

*Thursday, October 11
Thursday I was in Lexington waiting for my fiance to finish school so we could head up to Cincinnati for SPE. It was beautiful out so I decided to venture to the place that I used as my little sanctuary and retreat while I lived there.

This isn’t very typical me, but I was drawn to it (after editing it over the course of 3 days). I am still sort of torn on if I like it or not though.

26/52 – Hope

This picture was taken on a shoot for my studio project, but it doesn’t really fit with it (at least any more). However, I love it for some reason, and so I am making it week 26.

I met with my professor the other day to talk one last time about my project before a final critique. I won’t reveal much, but goodness I am excited about where this project is going. It has really turned in to something great I think. I am so excited to compile all the images into the correct order and see them coming together into a project that makes sense and has so much meaning.

Also, this is potentially some big news, I will be making a book of the final images as suggested (and unofficially required) by my professor. The images that I have posted as my 52 week project are not necessarily the final images that will make it in the book, so there will be lots of surprises in there. As of right now I plan on trying to sell it as a limited edition, so if you think you will want one you should let me know! Thanks for sticking with me through all the changes in this project!

185/365 – Grasshopper

Elliot had the day off yesterday so we went to McConnell Springs for a bit. We had the place to ourselves except for a couple of minutes when a group of young guys walked past. It is such a great little place, and right in an industrial area. I liked quite a few, so more to come.

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