001/365: Every day is good as any to start something new. But today will be the start for my #project365.
002/365: The only thing better than eating food together is cooking food together. And then eating it.
007/365: Going places is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Especially, if you are not going alone.
012/365: Occurrences of winter are limited in space and time this year. You have to be in or drive by the right spot to catch it.
018/365: Going to the post office to collect delivered parcels still has an element of a surprise to it. Thanks @marin_k_a!
020/365: I almost think of this place as of my office. And then freak out why nobody is working. Saturday, 8:30am.
024/365: On days like this walking around the city is more effective than driving. Just watch your step!
027/365: It is hard to leave the comfort of cleaned roads and fight the temptation of going down the beaten path.
033/365: Even grey days are great for some things. At the very least they are great for black&white photos.
035/365: One has to have wide array of skills for one day he may have to help drawing a leopard sleeping on a tree branch.
039/365: Artistic mini-project for today’s photo has has failed. The idea itself was sound, but the execution was sloppy. Will have to try it on another day. Can you guess what it was?
043/365: As I notice something interesting, I usually write it down in my “little black notebook”. I just found some notes I scrambled on a day I left my notebook at home.
051/365: When sun comes out for the first time in a week, you definitely notice. But crows could not care less, I guess.
053/365: I love it, when despite of the many days of solid clouds in the forecast, we get plentiful sunshine.
054/365: One some days nothing seems to get done and nothing seems to move forward. Not even taking a daily photo. But in the end of the day you figure out that you were just missing some, hm, details to make necessary connections.
058/365: What a day to start the journey! Arctic cold hit 2 days before departure. Snowstorm hit 2 hours before we set our foot on a train.
063/365: In every city subway is a very revealing experience. It can tell a lot about city and its citizens.
072/365: Side trip to Philadelphia was truly great: great city, great weather, delicious cheesesteak.
073/365: Our last glimpse of New York City. New World Trade Center building is huge. Doesn’t even fit this photo.
075/365: One of the great thongs about being at home is that you are in full control of the coffee you drink.
076/365: When you did not get a chance to go out to catch a glimpse of spring before winter comes back. At the time of writing there is already ~5cm of snow.
077/365: Very unusual kind of spring we have this year. One the other hand, we had a snowfall on April 18 last year...
078/365: This was snowpocalypse day (40-60cm accumulated overnight). For the first half of the day the entire city was shoveling the snow (myself included). How many cars can you spot here?
079/365: When you make the most of a day, it can be tiring, but feels good at the end. We had almost no snow during the winter, so when a chance for sledding presents itself - you jump on it.
081/365: On a fairly routine day like today driving into the sunset was one of the most memorable events.
082/365: Weak signs of the real spring that might be coming soon hang from the roof of the parking lot.
083/365: I like sitting in front of windows in coffee shops. Somehow each window opens its unique, special view into the city and its citizens.
084/365: We have Central park. Like in New York, they have Central Park too. In Soviet times our park’s full name was Central park of/for culture and leisure. I still wonder why they wanted to be so specific. Were they afraid that someone would misuse the park?
085/365: Go where you want to go no matter who is looking at you. But be respectful of others for they also want to make their way to their goals.
089/365: One one of the recent podcasts we blessed everyone to eat as many apples as they want. Today was the day I followed it.
092/365: We are still lacking bright colors. And, I’m afraid, my black outfit doesn’t help the cause.
096/365: I keep writing things on paper and keep hoping to move them to a more dignified location one day.
101/365: You think all roads are open until you are stuck in traffic or try to find a parking spot. But even then you have to remember that all roads are open for you.
102/365: Take things for what they are, not for what they look like, for someone sneaky can make delicious cookies look like the infamous emoji.
106/365: When your entire day is work+meetings+more work, you have to keep positive attitude. Like this little guy here.
110/365: For the first time in this new coffee place. They indeed have coffee. One more good spot for a nomadic office.
111/365: On a day like this it is hard not to give in to the temptation of photographing every blooming tree you encounter.
114/365: Looking down on a rainy day and remembering Bill Gates’ decision to build Microsoft headquarters in Seattle, where it is sunny for only 71 days a year. Programmers gonna program.
119/365: When you are in a place with nice weather and no 3G, the best thing you can do is play badminton.
123/365: Soon enough those funny looking curls on the cottonwood trees will turn into annoying fuzz 🙈
125/365: One of a few interactions with the outside world today. Not sure it was meaningful for both of us.
126/365: Sometimes it seems that nothing interesting happens on a given day. Yet when you look up you can see dozens of common swifts. Max horizontal speed of these birds is 111km/h and some of them go 10 months without landing.
127/365: When you spend most of the day sick working at home, but still seize the chance to capture blooming acacia.
130/365: Not sure if this building counts as a skyscraper. I’m not even sure if this entire thing counts at all.
135/365: Cottonwood fluff is now all over the place, all over my face. We wait for godsend of a couple of rainy days.
136/365: Good thing about Project365 is that sometimes it forces you to stop rushing and makes you look around. How otherwise would I see this wonderful rainbow projection machine.
138/365: Every day is a fresh start. You can begin it in one place, end hundreds of miles away and feel lucky you got a tiny drop of mobile Internet to post daily photo.
139/365: In Khmelnytskyi, the city, there are number of monuments to Khmelnytsky, Bohdan, the leader of Ukrainian national movement in 17 century. Naturally.
140/365: There is no hiding of the fact that I have an affection for contre-jour photos. The more so there some nice trolleys in Khmelnytskyy.
143/365: I didn’t have time to work the scene, but there is something to it. Walking around the city one can can spot lots of interesting views.
144/365: This was not intended as a demonic photo yet here it is. BTW this a nice place with really good coffee.
153/365: If it were not for the cellular antennas, you would not be able to guess in which year this photo was taken.
162/365: When I was a kid, I cloud barely solve Rubik’s cube in 30 minutes using an article from the “Science and Life” magazine. Now my daughter can solve it in under 2 minutes.
163/365: I wonder if this is the direction that we look in most often. I hope it does not distract us from looking straight ahead.
170/365: Again. You cannot go wrong if you start your day early. Even photos are better in the morning.
172/365: The summer is great, but if you miss the sunrise or sunset light, only lines and patterns can save a photo. At least partially.
178/365: This pre-thunderstorm scene has something going for it. I just was not able to figure out what exactly.