This year I decided to try a 365 photo projects. In recent years lots of people have been doing projects like these in many different ways. Some do self portraits, scenery, or something like this bike being stripped down to nothing over a year: LIFECYCLE. I chose to do something a little different. I take a photo of my right foot, shot in square format with my iPhone from my knee. Those are the only rules I have for the photo. Whether or not anyone else finds it interesting, I don’t know. I didn’t really care about doing this, I just thought it would be funny as a joke and that I would not finish it, but after the first month of it, it kind of looks cool when you see the photos in a group together.
I grew up in central Illinois. In August of 2007, I bought my first real “adult bike” after needing a bike to save money on gas. Since then I have had many bikes. In April of 2010, after moving out to Oregon, I got my beloved Surly Long Haul Trucker. I have put a lot of good miles on the bike. This blog is about my life in Eugene.
Contact me at:
BreadBike [at] gmail [dot] com
- Our new mode of transportation. 🐶 instagram.com/p/Bclycn-BS9N/ 2 days ago
- HZ rocking it at the clay sale. Get it? Clay becomes metamorphic rock after firing. instagram.com/p/BcfvZcwB1yk/ 4 days ago
- Finishing up so signage for Hannah tonight. She will be sell some work down at clayspace_eugene… instagram.com/p/BcbaMPgBZeb/ 6 days ago
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