Square Sky December [1]

Roll on chill time!

December is a mainly a holiday month for us here in South Africa, when we have our long summer break. Most businesses shut down around the 15th or 22nd and won’t open again until the first or second week of January.  The university where I work finishes tomorrow.

The first two weeks of the month are about getting everything work related finished so that we can maximise chill time. Then, for many who live inland, there is a rush to the coastal areas.

A photography focus for December …

Keeping focused on a photo theme for the month is tricky. In the past, I have done a series of daily prompts for December, which works well because I can generally find a photo for the prompt wherever I am. This year is different – I am not going anywhere. So I thought about doing something a little more theme based.

Becky over at ‘The Life of B‘ is doing a December Skies theme. She is aiming to take a photo each day of the sky in square format. I started late and am trying for a photo a day. I post each day on my 365 project so I will do a weekly round up here on my blog. What a fabulous way for me to find an everyday delight in the sky!

So here are my first 7 images, starting from 6th December.



16 thoughts on “Square Sky December [1]

    • Debs Stott 🌳 Everyday Delights says:

      What a lovely idea – thanks for the mention and for bringing back the memories – I remember my month well! I might have a go for April when I can. I’m going to do Susannah Conway’s(@susannahconway) April Love challenge in Instagram too – should keep me busy what with starting work and all!


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