2012 Deck – Week 20

June 16, 2012 § 1 Comment


Aday.org had come up with an idea to present “A day in the world” through photographs, they wanted photographers worldwide, from amateurs to professionals, basically anyone with a camera, to take a few photos on May 15th and upload them to their site.  They had so many uploads they quickly got problems handling it and I am still not sure if my photos are there and if they are eligible for the final project, I think a lot of the information went AWOL during the upload.  At the time of writing this blog-post, they are still sorting out everything to relaunch the website.

I took a few photos within the city to contribute, and I am choosing one of those to share as my photograph for Week 20 of this year.

Its a very familiar scene in Georgetown, this was “after-work” and these people are most likely workers on their way from their jobs to get transportation home, and I used City Hall as a backdrop for some added familiarity :-)

Click on the image to see it better in the Gallery.

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§ One Response to 2012 Deck – Week 20

  • A pity they had so many teething problems with the site, it is a worthwhile project and I hope they get their act together. It’s good that we participated. I think this one challenged you a bit to do something different.

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