Let me tell you, when you are doing the monthly 12 of 12 challenge for photography, it’s hard enough.
Add a theme and it gets a bit harder.
Then, take into account that you don’t have as much time to do said theme and it’s even harder.
This month was one of two Geocaching 12 of 12s for the year. The idea is to get 12 photos to show your day in geocaching. I hosted an event in the morning and then only did two caches after, as I was freelancing at night. That stunk in that it’s hard to get 12 photos from a short amount of time. Also, some of the photos I took at the Breakfast, cache and a photo (or 12?) event came out quite bad (flash is wacky for some reason), so I only had the group shot from there.
The group shot, the log of the event (a mat for the group photo) and three caches (two new finds for me) had to be everything I needed for the 12 of 12. I took my nephew Alex out for a couple of finds after he hit up the event (his first) and found a way to somehow get 12 images.
I would have looked into caching for a bit longer that day, but I had the freelancing gig (yay! Felt good to write on a deadline again), so I had to cut the day’s activities short.
Overall, it wasn’t a bad day. The weather was improving, too. Hopefully there will be some geocaching in the near future, as well as some disc golf.
And, of course, a new job. I’m aiming for three or four applications this week, so hopefully I can find enough jobs to do so!