OH MY GOD – I am so close to the finish now guys! After a bit of a confidence dip in week 13, I feel like week 14 has been one of the best. I worked really hard this week and I think you can tell? Well, I’m happy with every photo this week! I always find that I work best under pressure and boy, the pressure was heavy heading into the 90s. So just 99 and 100 left now – the pressure is SO heavy! What do I end the project with!? Also I still don’t know what to do after the project – should I continue posting triangles only? What do you think – let me know by leaving me a comment or tweet me. Next week I’ll be posting the final 2 photos and a round up of all 100 including the most popular on Instagram(so get liking!) and my favourites too but before all of that…
92 – Spotted looking up to the sky in Soho – it’s amazing the amount of people that can’t close their curtains properly recently. I’ve never noticed it before now, but thanks for making my project easier 🙂
93 – Someones shining a light down on us. Thinking about the innocent Londoners affected in the 7/7 tragedies 10 years ago and remembering to do what makes you happy, enjoy every moment and live life to the max.
94 – Beautiful prints at the Oliver Bonas Christmas in July press day on Wednesday. You might remember that I’m not the biggest fan of Christmas, but for my first press day, this set the bar quite high – manicures, macaroons and beautiful products. I’ll be sharing it all with you soon 🙂
95 – Tube Strike, Sube Trike. Whilst for some Londoners the tube strike seemed like ‘the end of the world’, I took the opportunity to enjoy a different route to work and a beautifully sunny walk across London Bridge. A lovely change from the doom & gloom of the usual tube commute, avoiding eye contact and an armpit to the face. Ahhhh, London.
96 – I’ve had this on my list of ‘to photograph’ for so long, and with the end of the project in sight I wanted to make sure I ticked it off. FINALLY I did, and what a tritastic logo it is! Great to see an old school logo standing strong along Southbank – the new BFI logo isn’t a patch on it.
97 – Exploring Lights of Soho with Neon addict, Lucy and Jack. Triangles don’t really feature in neon that often but with a bit of creative cropping, let there be light!
98 – Another shot that I’ve had on my list for ages; Either the weather was miserable or the lighting wrong and for a long time it was covered by scaffolding. I love looking up and discovering ghost signs – beautiful typography with character and history.
So with just 2 days to go, please show and share the love by following me on Instagram @natasha_nuttall and via my hashtag #100daysoftriangles. See you next Monday for the finale #The100DayProject post; Week 15!