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Friday, February 12, 2010

Friday Photo Challenge: CELEBRATIONS

The Photo Challenge aims to allow creative ways to explore a weekly theme through photography.

Follow these steps and join the fun:

1. Post your photo on your site. You are free to leave an explanation or none at all.
2. Leave your name and the link on this Challenge Post. Please use the PERMA-LINK (the link to your actual post, not the main link to your blog).
3. Share your thoughts about my photo and others on the list by leaving a comment. This is our chance to discuss the theme and how each of us thought to document it. Hopefully, this will be more than just "Nice photo".

While I would LOVE everyone to take a moment to take a photo, I realize that it may not always be possible. So, it is perfectly fine to post a photo you have taken previously, as long as it is representative of the theme and how you want to define it.

Oh, and don’t forget one very important thing… HAVE FUN!
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This week's theme: CELEBRATIONS




















It was an amazing experience to witness the Olympic Flame go through our neighbourhood. The energy and excitement in the crowd was immense. This coming together is what the Olympics are all about. No matter our differences, we can come together in fellowship. I am so proud to have the Olympics in my city and yesterday reminded me that some moments come but once in a lifetime...

Unfortunately, the autolink site isn't working right now (again), so leave the link to your post in the comments section and I'll move eveything over later when the site is running once more. Can't wait to see your photos!

Next Week's Theme: WHAT IS IT?
Your mission should you choose to accept it, is to take a photo of something, in such a way as it's not immediately obvious. Our job is to guess what it is. This is kind of fun because it usually results in more abstract photos. Also, you can do this anywhere. If you need an example, check out my post HERE. I got caught up in things this week and haven't had a chance to post the answer but I'll do that on Wed. I'm going to try and put up this post on Thursday evening if I can since I end up being really rushed Friday mornings trying to get this out.

6 comments:

Kristin said...

I love the Olympics and have always wanted to see a torch run.

My post is found http://thefertileinfertile.blogspot.com/2010/02/friday-photo-challenge-celebration.html

Quiet Dreams said...

It must be so exciting to have the Olympics right in your backyard, so to speak. Wow! That torch is really fiery!

Here's my post:
http://dreamsofquiet.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/celebrate-good-times/

AnnaMarie said...

Oh your photo is incredibly celebratory! How cool that you saw the Olympic torch!

Here's my photo
http://agardenforbutterflies.blogspot.com/2010/02/friday-photo-challenge.html

WiseGuy said...

http://ovulationticker.blogspot.com/2010/02/friday-photo-challenge-3-celebration.html


And yes, SOME MOMENTS really do come in a lifetime! Enjoy!

Dave said...

Here is my contribution. It is exciting to be in Vancouver with all this going on.

http://daverthewaver.blogspot.com/2010/02/celebration-friday-photo-challenge.html

"Alone again.... naturally!" said...

I guess I am the rebel not being a big fan of the Olympics..Just all the cuts they had to do to make it possible, but I will not get on my soapbox. Here is my contribution.

http:/canbewisewomansometimes.blogspot.com/friday-photo-challenge.html