On Canadian Thanksgiving Day, October 10th, we participated in something called the Ten Photos Project. Andrea Tomkins of A Peek Inside the Fishbowl is the mastermind behind this simple idea: capture and post a picture every hour, on the hour, for the entire Thanksgiving Day. Andrea’s done this project on previous major holidays, and I personally caught onto it this past Easter, but not in time to actually participate.
I’ve written some of my insights about #10Photos on the UsedEverywhere blog this week, so I encourage you to go read some of my observations and some of my favourite images from other #10photo participants. And you can continue to read extra blog-tasticness every Thursday-ish, where I blog for UsedEverywhere each week! So, with a great entry to send you over to read, I’ll let this post be as simple as the project itself: here are our ten photos…with a couple bonus reels.
|9am: waking up.|
|10am: blogging while staring out window.|
|11am: Mr Darcy face.|
|12 noon: clothing crisis.|
|1pm squash in the Byward Market.|
|2pm: Eating roasted chestnuts with my family.|
|3pm: having a stupid giggle over Brian being at the Sausage Factory.|
|4pm: Squash with Bri|
|5pm: Starbucks merchandise contemplation.|
|6pm: Old church-turned senior's centre as we walk the dog.|
|7pm: Star Trek classics.|
|8pm: penne with chevre, and spicy eggplant.|
|10pm: Brian absorbed in a romantic comedy while he rubs my feet.|