We made it all the way around the compass – spending two months with each cardinal direction theme! …and my only question is: where did all the time go?
Looking back at my own PS projects, it seems that my photography played the largest role. My favorite subjects to photograph are definitely natural objects, as that is where I find my biggest inspiration.
If you click on the mosaic, it will take you to my Flickr page where you can view each photograph individually. Each row here represents one of the directions/color schemes – green, yellow/white, red/orange, blues.
Looking back at my photos from PS, I just love the memories of where I was and how things were at the time the photo was taken. The first snow photo was a late snowstorm for my state, in March, and Kris and I got right out on the trails to photograph the beautiful scapes near our home. The next one with the evergreen trees was taken on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington when we visited in March. Others are various excursions near and far – some in my backyard (my garden!) and others a bit further afield).
My craft projects for this round of Project Spectrum were not quite as prolific as years past since I am working on some heavy-duty knitting projects right now (sweaters everywhere!) but I still hope to share a few as I finish them. The inspiration came from PS, so even if they are finished afterward, they will be Project Spectrum knits to me!
I have not given much thought to the next PS, other than the fact that I would like to start it in a different time of year. Right now I am thinking that summer would be fun to start PS – something different. Just initial thoughts. I am just going to be content and let the inspiration come to me. I hope you enjoyed this past round of PS as much as I did!