The beauty of this project is that it forces creativity. It also stretches, ever so tightly, your comfort zone. I feel like most photographers and “picture-takers” (as I’d categorize myself-certainly not a photographer) I’ve met enjoy the anonymity of being the “taker” not the “captured.” It’s a daily effort to think of something unique to do (which in my case seldom happens). It’s also a huge test of my confidence… who wants to see bad pictures of me… EVERY DAY???