Daily Dozen – Women with Short Dark Hair in Cambridge

It’s been six months since I started doing these Daily Dozen sets consistently. Sure, I’ve missed a day or two here or there but for the most part, every day between Monday and Friday has seen some new categorization of people. One thing I’ve learned is that what seemed specific in the past can become really general in retrospect. The set of women with short hair is a good example. It seemed pretty focused at the time but what counts as short? Why not look at different color hair in different styles? What about time of day? Time of year? Etc.

Live and learn I suppose.

Today’s set features 12 women with short dark hair. I haven’t looked at the month or time these photos were taken but I have limited them to Cambridge. It’s pretty narrow, which gives me much more flexibility over time. I hope you’ll enjoy the set.

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Daily Dozen – Women with Short Hair

When I think about a day’s set, I usually start by opening either 1000faces 1, 1000faces 2 or 1000faces 3 to see what my eyes fall on first or what strikes me and go from there. It’s the way I pick items off a menu as well. Unless the first thing I see is patently offensive in some way I order it – and I’m rarely disappointed.

Today the first photo I saw (and the first in this set) was a woman I know with short hair so that became the set. As I looked at photos though it became clear that “short” is hard to define for hair. Sometimes it’s easy but what’s the boundary between “short” and “medium?” The other challenge was that because so many of my pictures (especially the older ones) are in dark environments, it’s hard to say how long someone’s hair might be.

Thankfully, no challenge is insurmountable and I was able to find way more than 12 photos that fit today’s bill. I hope you’ll enjoy them.

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