Photography: 365 Project: Week Thirty Four

Challenge: Take a picture once a day, every day, for 365 days. I will be doing this through Instagram and my iPhone4. I’m hoping to publish this into a photo book in a year’s time, which will include haikus that will act as the photo’s commentary. Wanna do it too? Photojojo has some groovy guidelines you might find inspiring.


(sun 03.04.12)

231: huckleberry lemonade?

I’d never had Huckleberry Lemonade until the Buffalo Wild Wings in my area started carrying it. I’m a fan.


(mon 03.05.12)

232: Liz left her dice.

One of the players in our White Wolf game used to live in Singapore, and has a vast collection of these neat little asian knick knacks. The World of Darkness games require D10s, and she happens to have chinese D10s. O_o


(tues 03.06.12)

233: the beau's new alarm clock is being tested.

The boy got a godzilla clock from a flea market. The alarm doesn’t ring: it roars.


(wed 03.07.12)

234: vintage Ouija boards.

The boy has a thing for ghosts, so ouija is a logical correlation.


(thur 03.08.12)

235: the beau's tools

The boy’s tools of the trade.


(fri 03.09.12)

236: mom's birthday

My brother’s family came into town for Tony’s funeral. We went out for japanese and beer afterwards and got to know eachother better. Tony’s brother and i had a very similar mindset growing up. We were military children: the new kid at a new school once a year. There are two ways to handle such a lifestyle. My little sister used her fist: she would basically tell everyone to back the hell off by throwing a desk at the first guy to screw with her. The other way was my method: To infiltrate and manipulate. Tony’s brother put it brilliantly: “We learned who to keep to keep behind us and who to keep in front of us. You, Sako, are the type to keep in front.”


( sat 03.10.12)

237: sometimes you need to get out

There’s a delightful speakeasy-style old school cigar bar in Old Town that i’d grown quite fond of. I don’t suspect i’ll be making many trips there.

You can check out some other weeks too:
Week One

Week Thirty Three
Week Thirty Five


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