A hundred places I've weed
I'm very good at starting things, and very bad indeed at finishing them. The main reason I started this blog is to make myself complete projects so I can write about them. I figure if I start off with small challenges, I'll finish them and train myself to pay attention for a bit longer each time.
A friend recently completed a project of taking a photo every day for a year. I love the idea of doing this, I tried once but gave up in mid-August.
So I thought I'd set myself a smaller challenge that I could achieve. Don't ask why, but I decided to take photos of a hundred different places that I've had a wee.
Initially I just started photographing places where I'd been to the toilet, so far so good. But pretty quickly I started holding on until I found somewhere attractive to relieve myself.
Towards the end it I discovered that I'd trained myself to need a wee whenever I see a nice view, a bit like Pavlov's dogs. The nicest place I had a wee was on Corfe Castle, #36.
Anyone whose house I visited between November and January will now have a horrified look on their face.
Where's the nicest place you've had a wee?
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