What does it feel like turning 30? I'll let you know

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A tram passing by
A tram passing by

2006-07-29

Anne Karen left for her mother's place today so my appartment feels empty again. Time really just flies past when you're having a good time. The past week driving around Europe just suddenly vanished because we had so much fun, and at the same time it felt like a month since we did so much.

Having a good friend around is something one gets used to easily so I guess I felt a bit lonely today. Had some free cinema-tickets so I took Marielle and Pernille to see The Da Vinci Code.

Wanted to experiment with some photography after I came home so I took my camera down to the tram-line just a few minutes away from my appartment. Must have looked pretty weird with a guy standing next to the tram taking pictures with a tripod.

Pernille and Marielle loved my hat.

2006-07-282006-07-30
About this project:
Some people fear the dreaded 30. The three oh. When you are 30 you should be a grown-up; have a job, a partner, a child. Many of us are not. I'm 29 and pushing thirty. I will be 30 on August 18th 2006.

They call it the thirty year crisis. The biologic clock. Time is ticking! Live in denial, celebrate 29 for the second time, go away on your birthday and hope it will just silently pass.

I wanted to do a photo project. I wanted to have something I could look back on and think "ah, those were the days". Perhaps other people could enjoy it as well. So I started this project in May 2006. Approximately 100 days away from my 30th birthday. Will I have a thirty year crisis? Will I find a new partner before then? Perhaps I'll just go away and hide. Come along for the ride, see how I feel.

For the next 100 days I'll be uploading an image and writing about what I do, who I meet and how I feel.