On April 1 2019, I set myself a task. Most people get involved with #Project365 a way to document a whole year through photographs. Yes, it does that but they would normally start their 365 on January 1st.

April 1st was a good day for me to start this. It was the start of a new month, it’s an easy date to remember and also the first, normally shitty, quarter of the year is now over.

For me, this wasn’t even about documenting the year, however, I suspect that as time goes on, that will happen. I take photos all the time. But, for the past while have been pretty terrible at sharing them online. If I don’t share them, who is ever going to see them? If I don’t share them, how the hell will I every get better at photography.

It’s a habit, a way of seeing things in differently. We all get into a routine. We get up, go to work, come home, get dinner.. the usual. We go to the same places, we do the same things. Unless you’re a 100% freelancer or have a nomadic lifestyle, that’s it, most days will tend to be the same kinda thing, which I hate I might add.

To overcome this, and to make myself share my photography, I’m doing this #Project365 as best I can.

As this is a visual project, I’m sharing everything on Instagram. I’m quite aware though that this isn’t a platform I own. If things go belly up, I still want to have my own platform. That’s one of the reasons that I, and everyone else, should have their own space on the internet. I have all the photographs, I can add them all here. But, again, the idea behind this is to get my work out there, make myself get it out into the world, whatever the response may be.

I’d love for you to let me know what you think.

I’m nessymondotcom on Insta, I’d love if you followed and gave some feedback.

Day 1

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Where does the time go? A quarter of 2019 is gone already. It's a bit of a weird one here in the UK. But as Andrew Marr said on the TV, and I paraphrase, '2019 is a year that people in the future will study. We're living through history, this is what history feels like'. What are you doing throughout this, what will be, historical year? I, for one, am truly delighted the dark evenings are ending. This feels like the beginning of the year for me. So I've decided I will give myself a goal and try #Project365 I tried it before but broke my thumb a few weeks in and that put an end to it. So, here we go again. 1/365 #canarywharf #Project365 #london #clock #nessymon #bluesky #lookup #londontown #thisislondon #andrewmarr #londonlife #toplondonphoto #instalondon #london_enthuasist #londoncollective #londonpop #ig_london #londoner #thelondonlifeinc #thelondonlife #londontown #england #ig_travel #londonist #irishblogger

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Day 2

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George and The Incomplete Truth. One of the highlights of the year for me so far was the opportunity to see The George Michael Collection in Christie's before each piece went on sale. The auction made £9.2 million for George's charities. I took this photo of two pieces, Damien Hirst's The Incomplete Truth in front of a floor to ceiling image of George from Fastlove. Check out my highlights for a look at some of the art. I'm not sure the beauty of The Incomplete Truth can really be captured in a photo. A dove, floating in silicone and formaldehyde in a structure over two metres high. The whole collection gave me a sense that I got to know George, the person, a bit better. Kudos to @kennygoss and @christiesinc for all their work with this beautifully exhibited collection. This is 2/365 of #Project365 #georgemichaelchristies #georgemichael #yog #wham #christies #damienhirst #theincompletetruth #art #thegeorgemichaelcollection #london #londonlife #ig_london #instalondon #artlife #kennygoss #londoncollective #londonartscene #artlondon #londonpop #thisislondon #londoner #nessymon #irishblogger #londontown #thelondonlifeinc #london_enthuasist #londoncollective

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Day 3

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Dusk at The Old Naval College, Greenwich. It's really easy to get caught up in the rat race, everyone's rushing around all the time. Greenwich is an oasis of calm in the middle of it all. On the left of the photo is the Chapel of St Peter and Paul. It truly is a beautiful building. The artwork is amazing inside. The building on the right houses the Painted Hall, which has recently reopened. I can't wait to stop by for a visit. If the chapel is anything to go by, this will be truly spectacular. I will share my visit with you. 3/365 #Project365 #Greenwich #SELondon #london #paintedhall #oldroyalnavalcollege #oldnavalcollege #dusk #londonsbest #london_enthuasist #londoncollective #londonpop #instalondon #ig_london #toplondonphoto #architecture #christopherwren #thisislondon #nessymon #irishblogger #classicarchitecture #design #primemeridian

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Day 4

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I'm two minutes late and already finding #Project365 tough. It's not that I don't have photos, I do but I always try to make the next photo better than the last. I recognise where my photos can get better and then get a bit fussy about it all. It doesn't make it any easier that I was working late, finishing my radio show and that I spent the past hour looking at #eurovisionvideos on YouTube. Well, that's my fault. I think I'm going to have to being my camera everywhere with me, otherwise I will get annoyed with myself and I can tell the difference in quality between my phone and my #sonya6500. Here's a #throwback to the morning of the #Winter #Solstice, crossing the Hungerford and Jubilee bridges. #london #nessymon #vanishingpoint #leadinglines #londonpop #thisislondon #london_enthuasist #londoncollective #architecture #londonsbest #toplondonphoto #instatravel #england #londonr #londoner #ig_london #instalondon #embankment #southbank #charingcross #irishblogger

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Day 5

Day 6

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I can't wait for the brighter evenings to arrive. Even though the time changed, there's still more than a touch of winter knocking around. There's a really nice walk between the old Naval college and the river Thames in Greenwich. It's not far but I find something very peaceful about the water as the sun is going down. The lights on Canary Wharf pop up and within the matter of minutes the place is transformed into its nocturnal state. If I won the lottery, a place in Greenwich would definitely be the first thing I'd buy. #Project365 6/365 #Greenwich #london #cuttysark #boat #riverthames #nessymon #irishblogger #irishabroad #londoncollective #toplondonphoto #ig_london #instalondon #thelondonlifeinc #nightscape #maritime #teaclipper #docklands #londoner #londoncity #thisislondon #ldn #england #thelondonlife #londonlife #londonforyou #londondisclosure #london4all #timeoutlondon #londonsbest

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