I’m In!

This Blog site is dedicated to my 365-project photos.  On the night of January 1, 2012 I was searching the Internet for articles on ways to improve my photography and I came across the 365 project website (http://tasramar.com/2012/01/reinventing-365-photography-project/).  My first thought was “…damn who has the time to take and/or post a photo EVERY day in 2012”? I then decided to at LEAST read the guidelines and look at the photos from the previous year participants.  What I found from reviewing the 365-project photographs of 2011 was a tremendous respect, appreciation and awe for the creativity and discipline of the photographers.

I’m in! Inspired to grow and develop my photography skill set I’ve decided to take the plunge.  I appreciate you taking the time to look at my work and if so moved…please leave comments.

 Have a Blessed 2012

6 responses to “I’m In!

  1. Thaddeus,
    It is great to hear from you. It looks like you are here in Oregon????

    I looked at your blog and it is very impressive. There is a lot of soul in these images. I really like the one with the people in them. They have a character …kind of like a good home cooked meal, made by someone who really knows how to use those spices to bring out the flavor of the already good quality food. Does that make sense? IN any event, please give me a call if you can to say hi and let me know if there is anything I can do to help. Your work is really, really nice.

    Best regards,


  2. Astounding work Thaddeus. This is quite an undertaking. I look forward to a year of your work.

    Happy New Year and all God’s Blessings to you!

    Be Blessed,
    Bill Minkle


  3. Thaddeus,
    I’m just blown away by your photos. There’s a serenity and quiet, captivating energy in each of them. I especially love the one with the two women. It makes me want to jump into the photo and learn more about them. Thanks for sharing these.


  4. Hi Mr. Miles,
    You are a power of good example. The photos and the 365 idea is awesome ! We will be following the blog. It’s a great idea. Looking forward to seeing some pictures of our cities youth as, “Agents of Change.” Keep up the great work.

    Talk soon !

    George Benner


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