Back in the day which seems ages ago I would shoot the same image outside my window, crop it in to a square and post it to Flickr. One of the many grids that came out of that exploration can be found HERE. Starting that project lead to some fun collaborations that has evolved into what I’ve been up to for the last year taking one photo everyday as I walk to work. My wife Tamara was going to be in Canada this week visiting family so I thought it might be worth taking a couple days of myself to hang out with Madison, get some rest and catchup with a couple friends. I wasn’t going to be walking to work but I still wanted to maintain the ability to take photos in a series. Hence I decided instead of cropping a tiny square of sky I’d pull my lens out as far as possible. I wasn’t sure what to expect after a week seeing them all together. What ended up happening was that the light danced nicely in a different manner almost everyday. The last image is from one of the evenings on the other side of my window when the light hits things slightly different because of the time of year we’re finally at.