You have local scenery, local attraction from Rabbie Burns to the Olympic torch relay, holiday shots and more personal pictures like the demise of my dog back in May.
It has been quite a year, thirteen months ago I would not have believed that I would even consider doing something like this. I have never had an interest in photography and never thought I would, and to commit to 366 of them for me was a huge undertaking. But I had won a touch screen camera and thought what better way to get to know that camera and turn into a photographer was to use it, to learn how it works and to actually enjoy using it.
Well I have it has been a huge amount of fun. I have learnt about depth, perception, lighting and subject matter I have learnt how to see beyond the subject and look at what is in the background as well as the foreground. I have learnt how to manipulate them in picmonkey cropping them, adding borders, highlighting and other effects.
But the biggest thrill I think was finding other like minded people, discovering other peoples blogs through their 366's, a whole new circle of friends and followers and watching their lives build over a year, seeing their highs and encouraging them through their lows. Watching their children grow and learn and loving the changes that happen over a year.
So I give you my collage.