I will admit that I’m finding this a little difficult. I’ve missed a few days here and there and I’m very aware that I should get a photo up everyday. I’m adamant that I will have 365 photos up before April 1 2020.

I’m also highly aware that for every day I miss now, it means that I will have to double up later in the year.

This project is more about making me upload photos I take and forcing myself to do just that rather than getting likes,(though they are nice), pushing myself to take more photos that I actually like.

I have a tendency not to like the photos I take after a while. So, for me, it’s important to keep taking photos and getting them online.77

Hope you enjoy!

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Day 76

 

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Sometimes we need to look at things from a different perspective. It’s good to see things from both sides. I took this photo this morning at Canary Wharf. I had a long journey to work as the trains were a complete shambles. Anyway, I haven’t posted on the grid for a couple of days. Lots of stuff in stories. As I’m doing this #Project365 thing, what kind of photos would you like to see me take more of? What do you prefer, let me know. #nessymon365 76/365 #london #mytinyatlaslondon #canarywharf #reflections #shadows #glass #perspective #jpmorgan #exploringlondon #londonbylondoners #ig_london #londondisclosure #londoncollective #metropolis_london #itssolondon #londonist #london_city_photo #mysecretlondon #londonguru #londonforyou #londonstreets #thelondonlifeinc #londonsbest #london_enthusiast

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Day 78

 

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Looking out at history. The West Pier in Brighton was opened in 1866 and was a Grade 1 listed building. In 1916 a concert hall was added. Unfortunately after World War II, its popularity declined. The pier closed in 1975 after the company who owned it couldn’t keep up with maintenance costs. Not being maintained, the pier really didn’t have much of a chance and parts collapsed. Two fires didn’t help matters. Structured demolition of some of the structure took place in 2010. Storms and sea salt have added their mark. #Project365 #nessymon365 78/365 #brightonrocks #Brighton #igersbrighton #brightonig #brighton #brightonuk #lovebrighton #thisisbrighton #tourist #travel #visitsussex #ig_travel #cobblestones #brightonlife #irishblogger #thelondonear #nessymon

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Day 79

 

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I have to admit that I’ve never been a huge @Westlife fan but when my sister asked me to go to Croke Park with her, I jumped at it. It’s about five years since I was there. (How the hell did that happen?) I have to say the show production was amazing, the graphics, lights, pyros and fireworks alone entertained. The sound was great, the Queen medley was great, (George Michael influences in there too methinks) @bandwildyouth opened followed by @jamesarthur23 and both impressed me more than expected. Really good night’s entertainment and they finished with my fave Westlife song ‘World of Our Own’. What’s your favourite track of theirs? #Project365 #nessymon365 79/365 #dublin #crokepark #irishmusic #westlife #westlifetwenty #georgemichael #visitdublin #dublino #dublindiaries #dublinlife #irishblogger #westlifemusic #westlifereunion #westlifeforever #westlifer #westlife #music #popmusic #boyband spectrum

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Day 80

 

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All along the banks of the Royal Canal. I had a lovely weekend at home and my first visit to Croke Park in almost 5 years. The last time I was there was for the American College Football game between @pennstate and @ucf.knights. Thanks to @muinteoircorykins455 for bringing me to see @westlife. It was great to get a few hours wandering around the North inner city. Shout out to the fellas in Ballybough who rigged their bicycle with a lawnmover engine and were doing wheelies up and down the road. Shout out to the Nordies who made us laugh, especially the ones who got the horse and cart from the Sunset House to Croker. Dublin, never change. #Project365 #nessymon365 80/365 #crokepark #croker #royalcanal #canal #dublin #dublinlife #dublinigers #dublin4all #dublindaily #dublino #visitireland #visitdublin #ireland #discoverireland #discoverdublin #tourist #travel #tourismireland #ballybough #summerhill #dublinmydarling #dubliner #instaireland #igdublin #gaa #dublinstagram #nessymondotcom

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