Can you see it? Look, over there! The finishing line!
Okay, so here we are, poised for me to finish up on the 30 Days Of Photography Challenge. The mutant ankle-biter of bloggers Ziva and Mike, this challenge sets a different topic every day for a month; one topic, one photo, every day.
Two weeks ago, I did the first fourteen days as a single entry. Yes, I'm a foolish lad, with naked ambition.
Last week, I did another seven. Did you hear me roar?
And now, it's time for the back nine. Tiger Woods would be proud.
So now, we're almost done. It's been a blast, kids. By which I mean I feel I've been blown up, shot at, pushed through the wringer and roundly whipped in the course of the month.
But what is life without a few trials?
I Blame Ziva.
You know, I really must get that printed on a t-shirt.
Day 22 – Neutral
"High above the world, the moon looked down. She witnessed everything that happened in the howling dark, but offered no comment, opinion, or intervention. Truly she was a neutral presence."
Day 23 – Underwater
As the light of life faded, the last thing she saw was his face gazing down at her through the water.
Day 24 – M&Ms
Look, for once I have to blame Mike; I'm not foolish enough to blame Ziva for standing with my mouth open. No, Sir.
Day 25 – Video
Listen to the words, people. This line is mostly filler.
Day 26 – Heart
I visited my home town recently, and was dismayed to see much of its centre being demolished to make way for New Things. I was partly dismayed because I am a Mistruster of Things Unproven. But mostly it was because they were tearing the heart out of my town.
Day 27 – Kafkaesque
Look, if you don't understand, explaining it won't help. Like a dog!
Day 28 – Autumn
I'm rather proud of this.
Day 29 – The City
"Beneath a brilliant blue sky, the grey city toiled.
The sky wanted the people to look up, to feel inspired, but they did not.
They continued to look down at the grey tedium of their lives,
And the rough road beneath their feet."
Day 30 – Blackout
Kidnap victim? Kinkster? Or just really bad at putting a tie on?
The choice is yours.
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