366 #4

Well done! You've completed your first month of #Project366. Now don't give up, keep it going. Maybe you could pick a theme for each week? I never thought of doing that last year, but there are some great ideas floating around out there, and that's the beauty of this linky: take inspiration from each other's ideas. I am personally loving this theme: 'From Where I Stand' by the clever Tao of Me.

Anyone taking part is welcome to join the Project 366 Facebook group. The fabulous community building up there offer support to those taking part in this photography project, and give much blog love. We've made it a closed group so that not every Tom, Dick or Harry can see the content but if you'd like to join just click the 'ask to join group' button in the top right hand corner of the page.

  1. Choose your favourite photo from the past week and link it up below.
  2. Please add the badge to your linked-up post so that other people know how to find all the other fabulous entries.
  3. If you can spare five minutes to comment on just a few other entries I know they'd appreciate it!
ShowOff ShowCase


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


  1. says

    Thanks for the mention! I'm loving everyone's photos and themes. The Facebook page and Flickr group are really great at helping me stick with it. One month down and eleven to go!

  2. says

    How did I only just realise you were doing this as well?
    I stupidly forgot it was a leap year so I'm calling mine #365photoproject and I'll have some sort of special on the leap day. Hopefully you'll still let me link up with you though 🙂
    Emma at LLM Calling


  1. […] more great 52s or 366s, check out The Boy and Me, and Love All Blogs TweetTags: fluffy rabbits, Fun on the farm […]

  2. […] more great 52s or 366s, check out The Boy and Me, and Love All […]

  3. […] more great 52s or 366s, check out The Boy and Me, and Love All […]

  4. […] in. 83! I was shocked, overwhelmed and so pleased to see others joining in. The linky peaked in week 4 with 89 bloggers taking part, before slowly trickling down to a steady 30-odd in the past few […]