Flashback Friday - 7 January 2022

January 7th, 2022
PHOTOGRAPHY QUOTE OF THE WEEK: “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” ~ Elliott Erwitt.

THIS CHALLENGE is open to everyone. Once you have taken 30 or more photos the flashback link will appear in the box below "View this month" under "Photo Details" on your page. Hopefully, as we go back in time we will see that our photography skills have improved and maybe even have a laugh or two at what we once thought was good enough to post.

ABOUT POSTING: as long as it is Friday somewhere in the world you can post. Or if you would like you can wait until it is Friday where you live, that is fine too.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Click the Flashback View link and it will take you to one of your past photos.

USE THE FIRST image it gives you, even if you aren't too fond of it! That way we can see how much you have progressed in your photography skills while on the Project.

TO SHARE: Underneath your photo is a curved arrow to the right (➦). Click on the arrow and there will be an "Embed Code". Copy the code then paste it in the comment box below adding any comments if you wish to do that.

THANK YOU for participating. I hope that looking back stirs fond memories as well as possibly bringing a smile to your face!
January 7th, 2022
Some badges I used to wear to work in March 2012

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April 2020
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6th December 2016
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2017 Wild Garlic
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Back to Feb 2019. Cannot, for the life of me, remember taking this photo whereas I can normally remember taking them.
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Taken in 2016

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woop from nearly 7 years ago. What!
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Oskar waiting to be let in.
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The reason why I can never grow my own pomegranates!

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August 2020
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I remember this one. I posted it just a few days ago. :-)
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October 2013 Hanging by a thread
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Kuching, 12th September, 2015. I wonder how long it will be before we'll confidently return to travelling overseas or for that matter interstate.
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Seed pot of a Jack in the Pulp flower taken Sept 8, 2017
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One from December 2014 ...



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Rainbow over Les Forges from February last year.
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February 2020 copying the style of @salza (badly!)

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Long, long time since I did the flashback thing. I flashed back to 2017, pre owning a DSLR. Shot on my Nikon P900

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February 2021
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Nuthatch posted September 2018.
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Too recent really - tho' I did have a tiny wobble as to where I actually saw it!
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@yorkshirekiwi - Welcome back Carole!
January 7th, 2022
This is a hard photo to flashback to.

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September 2021
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Posted this in August 2019 for the J in may Analog Alphabet, but it was taken c.1995 in Spain
January 8th, 2022
I am always looking for the flowers blooming in Spring.
January 8th, 2022
From August 2014


I remember the day I took this and, while it is not the best composed picture, I do enjoy seeing again. I remember the day I took it and the fact that it recorded an interesting interaction between the great blue heron and the Canada geese that I had never seen before.
January 8th, 2022
Man, I don't even remember eating those brownies in 2020
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From 2018:

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2011 - The day Elizabeth was born.

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@30pics4jackiesdiamond thanks Jackie - you've given me an idea of how to reignite my phojo
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Took me back almost exactly four years, to a happier time in my life. I wonder if I went downtown today the river would be frozen? I will venture down tomorrow to see.
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Quite unseasonal, from May 2016.

January 9th, 2022
@sudweeks such a sweet photo! Those 10 years have flown by.
January 9th, 2022
Wow, from week 2 on 365, Sept 2015.
January 10th, 2022
From July 4, 2017 Wow - is it bad!
Thank you Skip, for reminding us that sometimes these shots show us just how far we have progressed!
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