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Photography by Zhong Lin,a Taiwan-based artist

Project 365 is a year-long project I started in April 2020 during the pandemic to rediscover myself and do what I like without restrictions. I must admit the idea of making a new image every day is indeed very ambitious. The shoots are not always planned; there are days that I need to improvise within a short time. The challenge of Project 365 is pushing my boundaries under different circumstances and making the fullest out of everything I have. I wasn’t sure if I could manage to deliver as I wish daily. via

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