Hi. We're up and moving about again. Hurray! Although we're not completely recovered from last week's flu episode, things are looking much much brighter (thanks for all your get well wishes). This is what January looked like. Light, shadow, fog, silhouette. As some of you may have read, I started several new photo projects this year. One of them is the 365 phone-ograph a day shot with a mobile camera. I like the limitations of shooting in this format and how it challenges me technically and aesthetically. I often slow down, look where the light falls, and make an image about something that pulled me to do so. Over the past month, the project has turned into a daily sketchbook of thoughts and ideas for other projects. The best part is that I'm forced to shoot everyday, whether I feel like it or not. That's the point and the practice. Some of us need a few extra tricks in the bag to prevent said practice from becoming tedious. This is a good one to try if you're looking for a new project for the year (and no, it's never to late to start). What photo project(s) are you working on this year?