This is perhaps a simpler project then the first two that I have set myself (hey it’s my website I can do what I want to do with it!).  This involves no research, no checking of facts and very little time.  It does take discipline though.

I enjoy taking photos but they tend to be snaps, very little art or structured work.  To be frank I don’t have a lot of time to do that and my muses for the majority of my photos tends to be my family or holiday ‘snaps’.  I have toyed with the idea of trying to have some form of focus to a selection of photos and never have, well not until now.

I have decided that I will catalogue the Ides of each month.  Why?  Because I wanted to chose a date each month to record the changes through the year but I also wanted to be a little geeky: hence the Ides.  The Ides (Idus) where thought to be the day of the full moon in Roman months.  This was usually the 13th of most months except March, May, July and October where it was the 15th.

So there will be an update on, or more likely just after, each of the above dates and hopefully it should be a fascinating portrayal of the turning year.