A few weeks back I took what I thought might be one of the more intriguing pages in THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. Page 19.
Page 19 – Take the best picture you can right now.
How do you determine when is the “right now” from the page? What I did was randomly pick a day and a time and set a timer on my phone. On that day I took off driving. Then when my timer went off I gave myself a few minutes to pull over. Then I used the lens that was on the camera. A medium length and range zoom lens. Then I gave myself a few minutes to take a photo. That was how I defined right now.
Here are a few other pictures I took, but won’t end up taped into the physical manifestation of THE PHOTO JOURNAL:
Interestingly enough, during this little photo subject, due to the limitations I placed upon myself, a picture for Page 50-51 was taken. A picture of one of our slithery friends.