Week 52 (February 12 - 19)

February 12, 2000

February 12, 2010
went to MoJo Yogurt, fortunes 

February 13, 2000

February 13, 2010
Roaring Fork business card & mint wrapper-
went out to dinner with Dwight,
tag from roses that Dwight gave 
me for Valentines Day

February 14, 2000

February 14, 2000 opened

February 14, 2010
List of Girl Scout cookies - troop 
picked up cookies from our house

February 15, 2000

February 15, 2010
old chapstick - had to buy a new one,
red ribbon - got 4 free Valentine's 
ballons & Jyoti's family came over

February 16, 2000

February 16, 2010
2010 Hubbard calendar - went to
swim lessons

February 17, 2000

February 17, 2010
2nd hiking tread

February 18, 2000

February 18, 2010
piece of black rubber - maybe
from hiking

February 19, 2000

February 19, 2010
Mary Poppins tickets from Gammage

February 2010

Week 52! I have finished my blog project. So, it’s July of 2013 instead of February of 2012, when I originally intended to finish the project. It took me just a little longer to accomplish this than I had thought. I’ve learned a lot through the process. Over the past two and a half years I have photographed and published two separate year-long projects that I did in the year 2000 and 2010. Both projects were about recording the days of my life. Both projects were visual. I am both excited and sad to have it done. 

The part of me that is sad to see the blog end would like Visual Days to continue in a new way that involves more than just me. This part depends on you! I have shared two different years of my life in visual ways. Now I’m asking you, 

“What does your day look like?”

You have seen my examples of 4x6” collaged postcards and small objects. But I am only one person. I am curious what other people’s days might look like. Is your day a picture, a list, a piece of art, a message, a receipt, or an object? Is your day a sad or happy day, a great day, or the worst day? Is your day from the past, or is it today? Is it a special day like a birthday, anniversary, or holiday? Or is it just an average day like most are? Throughout both of my projects, I have found that the ordinary is sometimes the most extraordinary.

If you would like to participate, email me an image of what your day looks like. I will format it and publish the images with the date on Visual Days. Your visual day can be totally anonymous, but if you would like to include your location please do. All I ask is that you tell what date your image represents, either in the image or in the email. I will update the blog with every 10-20 images I receive. I’m interested to see how one day can mean many different things to many different people. 

Send your image to hdauphin21@yahoo.com with Visual Days Image in the subject line. I can’t wait to see what your day looks like! Thanks for participating in this blog and for continuing Visual Days.


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