Snippets of real life, love and loss, not just snapshots for your own personal social media highlight reel.
Before everyone and their breakfast wallpapered the internet, before we all carried around a camera in the palm of our hand, photographer Byron Wolfe, challenged himself to this daily photographic practice to see his daily life through a different lens.
He had to take one interesting and compelling photo a day between his 35th and 36th birthdays.
This was 21 years ago.
Between grading papers at work, changing diapers at home and "date nights" with his wife at the grocery store, he didn't have time to take one “compelling”picture a month let alone one every.single.day.
No, he didn't pack a bag and summit Everest in order to catalog the world's best scenery for the glossiest version of his photographic diary.
Instead, the vistas...
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