I made much more of an effort this week to get out and take pictures. I even got in my car and drove somewhere! (Amazing, I know)
As a result, I had quite a few more pictures to choose from than in previous weeks, which of course necessitated sharpening my editing (in the selection sense) skills. This, I think, is one of the challenges of this whole project: picking a small number of really good pictures from perhaps hundreds. It gets especially tough once I've narrowed it down to 10 or so, because at that point I like all of them. That said, I still suffer from the problem of reluctance to discard 'almost' pictures – the ones that might have been great, if only I'd done something slightly different.
A challenge, but of course that's the point: this project is intended to sharpen these skills, on top of developing and instinctive knowledge of the ins and outs of the camera and lens.
bin and gate
evening forest road
evening heather fields