Shake 636: The beginning and the end

January 1, 2012

Ben & Emmanuelle, Florence (Italy), 2010

I love a little flourish

While you celebrate the first day of a new year, I hope you’ll also celebrate the end of my 636 day project with me. Yes, I’ve finally blogged every snowdome that I own! Through changing seasons, through sickness and in health and through numerous time zones across the globe, it was a daily project for 20 months. I can’t believe I finally got here. I can still remember that cold Easter day in my pyjamas when I embarked on this project!

What next you ask? No, I won’t stop collecting, but the daily posts will obviously come to an end. I won’t pretend that I’m not a little relieved; dashing home from the pub in the initial days was annoying. So I’ll be posting once I receive new additions to the collection.

A ridiculously huge thanks to every contributor – I hope you had a day or a couple of special days celebrated on the blog. Thanks to all the religious daily followers – you really made it worth it. And finally, thanks to the Hubs who has not only put up with the space-demanding collection, but the constant need for additional toys like lenses, tripods and the ever-changing storage!

Here is a look back on the year’s Shakes.

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3 Responses to “Shake 636: The beginning and the end”

  1. Glendalicious Says:

    woohoo!!! can’t believe you stuck to it so consistently.

  2. Caesar Wong Says:

    LOL guess the umpire ruled against the glo-dome? 🙂 Happy new year – enjoyed every one of your posts.

  3. Shirley Says:

    NOOOOO! It’s already over?! Quick, everybody send Mia more snowdomes please!


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