project 365 // days 361 - 365 - The Dainty Squid

project 365 // days 361 - 365

Saturday, January 03, 2015

361 : 365 Took outfit photos and was joined by this beautiful ball of fluff.
 362 : 365 Jeff got me a bunch of macarons for Christmas! There were even two lemon ones because those are always my favorite.
 363 : 365 New growth on one of my favorite plants.
 364 : 365 Spent the whole first half of the day exploring. The first building we got in had this calendar on the wall, I believe the year was 1986. The entry on the 21st says that there was a break in in the downstairs warehouse. Pretty cool little piece of the building's history.  It was actually kind of funny because shortly after we got to the upstairs there was a noise. Jeff looked out the window and there was a truck hauling away dumpsters. Needless to say we quickly worked out way out of that place but not before snapping a few pictures.
 Another one of our stops was an abandoned bridge in the middle of the woods. I really liked my photos of it, wanted for it to have it's own dedicated post but it doesn't really have an interesting history or anything so here, enjoy these photos! (And check out this super cute group shot!)
 365 : 365 The puppy, pizza, and plants.
And that's a wrap! We're a few days into the new year already but you shouldn't let that stop you from starting your own 365 project. Check out some tips here!
xoxo

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27 thoughts

  1. Great photos! Nice place too

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  2. I love the abandoned bridge shots! What a great find! And it's so exciting to see new growth on plants :)

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    1. Thanks! It seriously is such an awesome find! I'd love to find more stuff like it.

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  3. These are great pictures. I especially love the abandoned bridge!

    Melissa

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  4. Mmmm those macarons look delicious! Lovely pictures (and nice socks, haha!) Maybe I'll do this project one day too.. Looks like such a nice thing to look back at.

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    1. What's stopping ya from starting today? :)

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  5. I have been wanting to take photos in abandon buildings. How do you where to find them? Is there a website or something to go on to find them in your area?

    These are great shots! I especially love the one of the reflection of the buildings ceiling (right?) in the puddle.

    -Alyson

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    1. Nope, you just have to go looking for them!

      Thanks! I really liked that shot too. :)

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  6. That bridge is absolutely beautiful!

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    1. Isn't it wonderful!? I can only imagine how awesome it looks in the summer or the fall!

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  7. Those macarons are especially beautiful. :) I love your pizza socks too! xo

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  8. Awrr I love kitties. :3
    These are beautiful photos. I actually grew up with large nopales (cactus) growing in my backyard.
    P.S: Love the socks!

    vegcourtesy.blogspot.com

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    1. I am so jealous of everyone who lives somewhere that cactus can grow in the backyard. I love Ohio but outdoor cactus just isn't possible here.

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  9. I want to cuddle this cat, NOW!!! (well, and your dog, too XD)

    P.S. I did it! I started this 365 thing... okay, it's "just" the third day now,
    but I'm already a bit proud of myself, ha!

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    1. Haha! I just want to cuddle aaaaall the animals! :P

      AWESOME! I'm proud of you too! Keep it up.

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  10. I always love looking at your photos.

    Where in Ohio was that abandoned bridge?

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    1. Thanks! It's just outside of Cleveland.

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  11. ah that group photo looked like an album cover! and I love your photos as usual:)

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    1. Haha! It does kind of look like an album cover!

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  12. Hello! I was wondering how easy or difficult it is to find film for you land camera? I've always wanted one. Do you know a good place for me to start looking? Is it expensive? Also, you have a very inspiring blog. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. You can find more info on land cameras in this post
      http://www.thedaintysquid.com/2014/11/four-instant-cameras.html
      Hope that helps! :)

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  13. Are there fun abandoned places like these in AZ? I've already been to The Domes in Grande.

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    1. Absolutely! There are awesome abandoned places everywhere.

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  14. you'r freaking awesome, just found your blog and I'm obsessed! As a child I always have had a strange fascination with all things old, vintage and abandoned! I think I was like 8 when i became cruise about abandoned places since we had a lot of them here in VA growing up! I just never had the courage to go and explore. After reading your blog I just have to go out there and do what I love lol <3 xoxo Alejandra
    www.millesimy.com

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