stapsdoes101things: '101' superimposed on a camera lens (101photography)
So far I have spent about four days of my life in Dublin. This is one of them. Specifically, this is Sunday 15th April 2012, the final day of the 2012 BookCrossing convention, which was the reason for my being in Dublin in the first place - well, that and the cheap rail'n'sail deal, and a desire to see the world.

Here's what I saw on 15th April:

70 photos under the cut )
stapsdoes101things: '101' superimposed on a camera lens (101photography)
What's this about?

[ profile] adayinmylife is a photography challenge in which 'people capture a whole day of their life in pictures'.

Here are the rules:

What is a Day in my Life?
Easy...70 images (INCLUDING THE TEASER) or less that tell your story from the time you wake up (or within 15 minutes because we like bed head) and about one picture per hour or so until you go to bed (or within a short time before). Not 2-3 hours. Time checks are not required, but it helps to have them so people get a sense of the time of day.

A day starts when you get up in the morning and ends when you go to bed at night. It does not start halfway through one night and to the next one. Wake-sleep. That's it. The only way around this is if you wake at dusk and sleep at dawn or live a similar lifestyle.

Why do I want to do this?

I think this will make an interesting companion to goal 8 (project 365) - a kind of detailed view of one of those 365 days, if you like.

How will I know I've done this?

I'll be able to point to a journal entry which contains one whole day's worth of pictures, including at least one from every hour that day that I was awake. This can be on the official community, on this journal, or on [personal profile] el_staplador, or any combination of these.

I'll post a link to the post on this post, even if I don't host it in this journal. - and here it is

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