365 Days 2011

Day 46: Seattle and Tacoma
It has been some time since I last posted and I have a ton of photos to share with you from Seattle and Tacoma today; I hope that you like them!

Day 27: Puyallup
I am working hard to catch-up with this 365 day challenge that I made for myself this year. I managed to capture 3 photos today and hope to capture several others in the next couple of days.

Day 18: Orting Adventure
My husband and I ventured to Orting about a week ago and I loved the variety of homes & buildings I could find to photograph!

Day 10: Sumner Walk
Today I went on a lovely walk with a close friend of mine and we found this building still decorated for Christmas and ever so pretty.

Day 9: South Prairie and More
It looks like going out everyday to photograph is proving challenging, but I will try to be more consistent next week. It just means that I am staying busy :D

Here are the three pictures from our adventure today near South Prairie:

Day 6: Steilacoom Architecture
Well it certainly has been busy so to make up for lost time I photographed 3 buildings in the town of Steilacoom, a beautiful and captivating place that I will always be in awe of.
Town Hall
I loved the detail on the porch.
The Olive against the white gave this home a unique feel.

Day 3: World War II Buildings at Night
My husband I ventured to Fort Lewis today to photograph this historical building and to find an added challenge: NIGHT. With cold temps outside we did not stay long, and I will definitely return in the future.

Day 2: Eatonville's United Methodist Chruch

I ventured back to my hometown today to photograph this quaint and beautiful United Methodist Church. It was a great sunny day, and a cool winter afternoon.

Day 1: The Striped Barn

Found in Southern Pierce County this Striped Barn has been on my "to photograph" list for sometime. So why not start this great photographic adventure with this whimsical barn?

Dear Readers:

Starting on January 1, 2011 I am going on a photographic adventure. Each of those 365 days I will spend time photographing a single piece of architecture. My goal is to capture new and old, classic and modern styles and to discover new places. This is my growing area in photography and I am looking forward to the challenge!

Feedback is welcomed and much appreciated. I am open to both positive and constructive feedback, so do not hesitate to give suggestions share what you like about a photograph and where you think that it could have been better.

This is going to be a great journey, and I am looking forward to sharing in it with you!

Jeananne Sizemore
Art Whims Photography


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