The Daily Create

Everything prior to February 10, 2012

TDC 26 – Take a picture of your feet that shows what kind of day your having.

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Luckily for me, although I had to sell my camera for various reasons, I am FINALLY able to use some of the photos I have taken for something incredibly useful! That would of course be the daily create! Woohoo!

Anyway, it was snowing in Saitama, where I live, a few days back, so I feel that this picture displays the most accurate feeling (or the most accurate feeling you can get) from my feet during that time. (I remember wanting to use this photo to display the more subtle nuance of living somewhere particularly cold, but I never thought I’d get the chance to show it to someone else! Who’d of guessed?)


TDC 27 – Take a picture that represents or expresses something loud.

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This is one of my more favorite photos, that I’m glad to be sharing for the first time, of something incredibly loud.

I’m sure you all know what this is: a firework display!

The topic of the day being loudness, I couldn’t find anything else that would fit this theme better. For those of us who come from America, or those of us who have ever celebrated the 4th of July, probably get a kind of nostalgic feel for the summer, and maybe even a hot-dog, too!


TDC 29 – Make a photo upside down that is never seen that way.

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I don’t know why, but every time I think of something upside down I think of the sky falling. I hope you get that same feeling, too! Mainly because that’s the picture concept I chose for this Daily Create! I took this photo by my old school in America, by the way. I thought it was intriguing how you could seeing the moon, too!

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this photo!

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