Last week, I let you know about an opportunity to take part in the world’s largest photo documentary project, called A Day In The World. I hope some of you participated. The goal was to have people from every corner of the world take photos of their daily lives for 24 hours on May 15, 2012, then create a public archive of the images on the web.
I photographed my life in Idyllwild beginning at 6:30 am to 6:30 p.m. It happened to be a busy day. I rose early to photograph Lake Fulmor before it got too bright. By 10 a.m., I was teaching private photo lessons. At 2 p.m. I had a photoshoot with Idyllwild’s mascot, the Idyllbeast in progress. The photos will be used for postcards and other promotional materials. 5 p.m. put me in front of an adorable 7 month old boy, photographing his every smile and expression for a personal photo project. I ended the day in front of Strawberry Creek, relaxing to the sound of water spilling off a small waterfall. In between these appointments, I took shots of daily chores such as going to the post office and gas station. My images are public, and you can see them by clicking here.