Weekly Photo Challenge is hosted by The Daily Post,
where we publish a new post with a photo interpreting the weekly theme..
This week’s theme is:
Use your photo this week to show us something new-to-you for 2015.
It could be a photo that tells us something about your dreams: a place you hope to travel.
Something that represents a new goal you’d like to reach — the house you’re saving up for, the gates of a school you’d like to attend, the cover of a magazine you’d love to publish in.
Highlight a new person in your life, and all the possibility that relationships contain.
Or keep things lower-key, with an image of a favorite gift you received,
an inspiring book you just started reading, your new puppy,
or the hiking trail you hope to master.
New year. New opportunities. New adventures.
Let’s inspire one another — show us what’s new.
I want to empty my bookshelf of unread books and that’s my first goal this year. I believe the photo clearly represents it. See the hidden message? Read. Your. Book. Case. That’s pretty awesome! 😀 Other than my goal of reading every unread books I have which is tons, I want to have this bookshelf badly. Stumbled upon it on MoIllusions and I immediately fell in love. This is built by Italian designers Eva Alessandrini and Roberto Saporiti of the Italian furniture design firm Saporiti. I don’t know how much it cost though. Not sure if I can afford it, but I’ll inquire. I really want this! 😀
“A library of mostly unread books is far more inspiring than a library of books already read. There’s nothing more exciting than finishing a book,
and walking over to your shelves to figure out what you’re going to read next.”
— Gabe Habash
[The Wonderful and Terrible Habit of Buying Too Many Books,
PWxyz (news blog of Publishers Weekly), February 16th, 2012]