For the past three weeks I’ve been walking a bit every day…part of a challenge to walk for 365 days, each day sharing on Facebook a photo of something I’ve seen.
I don’t think it’s a formal challenge, not something a whole lot of people are doing. It certainly hasn’t gone viral. But it intrigued me, and I figured it would get me out the door.
Plus you know me. I like to find things, big and small, to share with you when I go for walks.
I know you’re not all friends with me on Facebook – some of you probably aren’t on Facebook at all. So maybe you haven’t seen the images I’ve posted there. I guess I could put together a slide show of the first 24 days or so….
…but this post was meant to talk about the photos that didn’t make the cut. After the first day I decided to limit myself to posting on Facebook only one photo per day for the challenge. I’m posting my favorite one out of the inevitable batch I’ll have taken on each walk.
It turns out, not surprisingly, that I can’t take just one photo on a walk. Even when all I have with me is my phone.
And now I wonder what I should do with the extra photos. Are they destined for obscurity, never to be seen by anyone but me?
All the photos on this post were leftovers, extra images, not used, but not unloved.
What do you think I should do?