365GB, also known as 365 ginger berries, also known as ginger berries.
I know this blog may be confusing to you. It supposedly looks like a photography blog, yet it has a deliciously misleading name like “ginger berries”. Which doesn’t even make any sense at all because ginger berries don’t exist, and if they did they would also be dangerously misleading because no one wants to eat a delicious berry only to find out it tastes painfully of ginger.
And just like ginger berries lacks logical sense, that first paragraph does also. So i’ll stop with the analogies that are trying too hard for itself. But this whole ginger berry “fruit” is some kind of analogy for my blog: disciplining myself to taking photos every day can be a pain in the neck, but all this hard work is bearing some sweet fruits. This is probably the fruitiest excuse for an analogy you’re ever heard, yes? Yes.
I started this blog in May 2011 as a way to get myself determined and self disciplined with my photography. Doing something everyday for a year is hard enough as it is for me, but to take photos and publish it on my 365 GB blog is something I would think to be impossible. Commitment and consistency aren’t my strongest areas. Whatever the case, I decided to hop on the band wagon and create my own ambitious project: 365 ginger berries. A photo blog documenting my photo-a-day project for a year.
So to sum it up in few words (if you’d just like to disregard the above 3 paragraphs of babble), my goal is to just keep taking photos. Sure, this project helps increase my photo quality and my own artistic versatility. Those are all great by-products, but my real goal is to just keep doing it. I have a bad habit of giving up something half way, so i’d like to make this an exception and show that hardwork always pulls through.