A photo a day

366 pix in '12

A photo a day
Three hundred sixty six days
I picked a Leap Year?

Throughout the coming year, I have set a goal to shoot at least one photo every day. My timing for this venture is impeccable… 2012 is a Leap Year. Hopefully, with encouragement, camaraderie and support (and possible arse kicking) from Lou, Heather, Stacy, and Jientje, we’ll rock our 365 366 Project.

I’ll post a few of my daily pix here, but all of them are featured on my Flickr Photostream. You’ll find a link there on my sidebar.

I guess this means my 2012 Resolution is 1280×800.

Haiku Friday is hosted by Lou at LouCeeL.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Melisa says:

    If ANYBODY can do it, you can. Seriously. I can’t even believe you hesitate over it. haha!


  2. Sarah says:

    I’m attempting to do this too!! Good luck to you! I hope we both succeed this year!


  3. lceel says:

    I’m going to take one day off during the year – thus Photo365. :P

    p.s. I love your photography as much as I love your writing.


  4. Karin says:

    You can do it! I can’t wait to see some of the shots you post!


  5. stacy says:

    So happy to have accountability from a great group of blog friends! :) We can do it!


  6. territerri says:

    If anyone can do this, it’s you!


  7. Jientje says:

    I think together we can make it through!


  8. misspinkles says:

    It’ll be hard, but good luck! :)


  9. Denise says:

    I didn’t get the memo about it being a leap year. Does that mean if you’re doing 365 you get to pick a random day off? hehe KIDDING!!! Good luck!!!! I love doing these!


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