Sunday, March 7, 2010

Seattle Photo Crawl

Yesterday, Jan Harris and I took the train to Seattle for the day. Gwen Delmore met us at King Street Station.
We took the tunnel bus toward Pike Place Market. Our Photo Crawl began.
We met Dawn Shepherd Nguyen at the market for a day full of friendship, sunshine, good food and photo shooting fun.
Gwen made little 5x5inch eight page journals for each of us. Thank you, Gwen! Over lunch, we used our Pogo printed photos, collected ephemera, markers and memories to create our little books.
A Photo Crawl is a great way for art friends to enjoy a day together.

At the end of the day, we returned home refreshed and thankful for friends, springtime weather, flowers and fresh market produce .

11 comments:

Createology said...

How fun is this! I love Pike's Market and Seattle. What a great idea to journal as you experience. Well done.

steph b said...

Sign me up, what a beautiful day
steph b

lilylovekin said...

What a great way to spend the day. I might suggest this for my friends-a day in San Fransico.

Robin Olsen said...

This looks like so much fun. As always, I'm impressed with how much you got done! Great idea to fill a small journal during the day instead of waiting for later.

Herm said...

How fun! enjoy seeing your photos, it was great to have Pogo with you, love going by train to Seattle.

Jan Heigh said...

Hi Paula;

What I great idea for a change of scenery and all done in one day. Filling a small journal seems doable too.

Jan

Jo Reimer said...

I enjoyed your post so much Paula. Going by train to Seattle is a favorite thing of mine, too.

Michele said...

Thanks for the birthday wishes, Paula. I have been having a grand "birthday season" and can highly recommend spreading out one's birthday celebration over as long a period as possible!

I wish I had been able to attend Gwen's photocrawl with you (and Jan). It looks like a great time was had by all. I will be joining Gwen on her next photo adventure a week from Sunday.

Pat said...

thanks for sharing the photos, looks like it was a lot of fun. Also, thanks for visiting my blog.

lilylovekin said...

Yes I would love to meet you at ARTFEST contact me at Haymakeb@yahoo.com we can make arrangements. Lorrie

Dayna Collins said...

So happy I got to see your little journal in person! It is very inspiring . . . I wanna take a trip to Seattle now!