100 wednesdays – july 2, 2014

by Sarah July 02, 2014

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Today marks the 100th Wednesday in the 100 Wednesdays project. It feels very strange to be ending something that has been part of my online world for the last 18 months. I am not sure how to even begin reflecting on what this project has done for my creative inspiration or for my work as a photographer.

What I do know is that I am ending it with more confidence and knowledge than when I began. I have tested different ways of photographing including using special filter apps on my work; I have also learned how to really look at the world around me and see the small details emerge that were once overlooked.

I have learned how to slow down and appreciate my surroundings (which is a difficult thing to do in today’s busy world) and I have learned that you do not need anything more than a cell phone, notebook and pen to find your creative muse.

Thank you for coming with me on this journey and for supporting me through the process.

Happy Wednesday everyone!

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