I have done "photo a day" challenges in the past, focusing on the challenge for a month or two. However, for 2018, I wanted to truly push myself with 365 days of photography. I started 2018 with running around in sub-zero temps to get shots of the wolf moon and freaked out some poor guy who thought I was having car trouble in the process! But I got the shot and have continued on for the past week. A result of this challenge is I'm continually seeing, instead of just looking. I am also making myself go outside in the elements. We have been in the single digits and sub-zero temps for the past 12 days and my typical response is to hibernate for as long as possible. However, since I'm doing this challenge, I'm hiking around outside, enjoying nature, getting fresh air and seeing the beauty that winter offers. My 3 words for 2018 are experience, explore and fit. I am hoping this challenge will help push me out of my comfort zone to explore more of my home state and enjoy more experiences. Photos are taken with Canon EOS 7D and iPhone 7+. Follow me on Instagram (@coachrobynadair) or Facebook (@robynadairphoto) to see daily photos. In the meantime, here are photos from days 1-6.
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