Well I did it! just posted day 31 - athough I have to say I don't think I could carry on for another month. The days just after Christmas were the greatest challenge as I could only upload via my iPhone which I found very frustrating.
The weather has been pretty rubbish here heavy rain and gales so it was a bit tempting to keep photographing the Christmas decorations and lights!
though I did come across this little tableaux in the garden which I think of as 'essence of oak'
This stick on the dots calendar seems to embody a combination of simplicity and style
Just as this Michelin Man I spotted on a vintage truck at the Christmas Market embodies a simpler bygone age.
Back to the Christmas tree lights, before going outside again to see the leaves under the rose bush
This Buddha was the only picture where I "arranged a set"
The following day I was struck by the light on this hand blown glass ball hanging up in the window and I took a series of photos during the day with the different light and looking in slightly different directions, I chose the simplest to post in the Flickr group
But thought you might be interested in seeing some of the others
This one I prepared earlier and sent to my phone so that I could post it on Christmas Day
And this was our Boxing Day walk in the woods
I thought our Norwegian Christmas Cake met the criteria because of its simple shape and simple ingredients; almonds, egg white and icing sugar.
Almost there now, next up was some brollies in Brighton although I don't seem to be able to access the picture I actually posted so this is a similar one
An almost abstract steamy window - followed by party dresses on a street stall
And finally this is it! Todays post for 31st December 2013 (with a few added words) huge thanks to Kim Manley Ort for setting this challenge and a very happy 2014 to you all - take care and see you next year.