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I was chatting about the Thirty Photos/Thirty Days project with writer Chris Galvin over on twitter - we considered how the project has encouraged us to see new things in the everyday - or as Chris tweeted, how the process "opens [one's] eyes to things one otherwise might have missed."
These little gems of light only appear in our front hall at certain times of the late afternoon, and only when the light shines through the door pane in a certain way. One has to be home, of course, to see them - and then actually looking at the right time. So despite the constant, everyday presence of the etched glass, these lovely, crystalline light patterns are actually fairly rare, and the gift of seeing them even more so. It surprises me every time.
How has exploring creativity in a new medium changed your "eye" for the everyday?
Find other wonderful participating bloggers and learn more about the Thirty Photos in Thirty Days project over at Chris Galvin's blog.