This site used to be called A Day in the Life and the url was adayinthelife.org. In August of 2004 I received a cease and desist letter from Harper Collins Publishing Co. regarding the use of the name “A Day in the Life.” Turns out they have a federally licensed trademark on that name. So, now this site is called Scene from My Life. |
The concept is simple. Each day, one new photo will be posted on the site. A photographer is assigned to shoot one photo a day for seven days. The photo can be of anything the photographer wants. The only guideline is that the photo that’s posted has to have been taken within the past 24 hours. After the week is up a new photographer in a new location will contribute a week’s worth of photos and so on. Our archive section will contain every photo posted on this site.
The purpose of the site is to show a wide range of photos from a wide range of place from an eclectic mix of photographers. You don’t need be a professional photographer to contribute as this is really more about snapshots from our daily lives.
If you’d like to sign up to be a photographer, please click the sign up link on the main page.
The site was started in June of 2002 and we’d had more than one million visitors. We’ve also showcased photos from more than 40 countries. The site is run out of a home-office in Brooklyn, New York.
If you have any questions please send them to email@example.com.
|PARIS // FRANCE|
JANUARY 10-16, 2005
Alessanda: email // website
|SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 2005|
|Au revoir from the City of Light… |
|SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 2005|
|A quick trip to the supermarket. Cider is on special this week… |
|FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 2005|
|A good friend recently moved into a centuries-old building in the Jourdain neighborhood. This is the typically Parisian view from the tiny balcony. |
|THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2005|
|Every winter, an ice skating rink is set up in front of l’hotel de ville. Like most of Paris’ landmarks, it’s currently adorned with the ‘Paris 2012’ logo as part of the city’s campaign to host the 2012 olympics. |
|WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2005|
|Harry’s New York Bar is legendary. In the 1920’s, its regulars included everyone from Ernest Hemingway to Gertrude Stein. Some say that another patron – George Gershwin – composed ‘An American in Paris’ here. And if that weren’t enough, it’s also the birthplace of the bloody mary. |
|TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2005|
|New adverts appear every week in the metro stations. Most of them remain surprisingly pristine during their run but whatever was here didn’t quite make it… |
|MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2005|
|For a few hours yesterday, the sun managed to peek through the perpetually gray winter sky.|
즐겨찾기해 놓았던 A day in the Life가 이렇게 바뀌었더라..
그땐 사진 한장한장 매일 포스팅 되었는데 일주일을 단위로 포스팅하는 것으로 바뀌었다.
우리나라부터 멀리 북아메리카와 아프리카에 이르기까지 사람들이 있다.
다시 카메라를 챙겨야 겠다. 이번 주말엔..