So this week’s theme has been “Window Light” It’s been great watching all of the entries flood in! I’ve got to say everyone did a great job but seeing I have to pick ten to showcase, here are my top picks!!
If you’ve been featured this week one of the moderators will be adding the I’ve Been Featured badge into the comments for your Flickr photo. Feel free to take this badge and use it on your blog, Facebook etc. And everyone who joins the MCP Project 52 is welcome to use the ‘I’m a Participant’ badge, grab the code and use as you like.
If you want your image to be considered for the blog you will have to upload your interpretations of the theme between Saturday, the 14th of May and Friday, the 20th of May. Make sure we can grab the HTML/BBC code on flickr so we can link directly to it. Otherwise there is a catch up ‘grace’ period on the weekend of May 21/22 after which that theme will be closed off as far as submissions to the group pool are concerned. Of course you are free to create your own Project 52 album following the themes (or not) for your own enjoyment to a time schedule that works for you.
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Next weeks theme is Spring Fever! To start it off right, I thought I’d share my take on the theme! I always get home from work and sit on my love seat and edit photos or just watch some netflix reruns of MacGuyver with my boyfriend and stare off at the baby birds being fed by their mommy! I particularly like this shot, of the many I took, because it has a certain moment to it. The moment of patience. You can see the birds being (semi) patient as the mom goes off to get more food to feed them. But in this moment you can see the mother flying back in to feed them. Even though the mother isn’t THERE, she’s there.
This weeks blog post and photo compilation of the past weeks theme was done by Sarah! of Sarah Heppell Photography. She’s a twenty-something Upstate New Yorker who enjoys capturing texture and color. She just opened her own photo space which she’s beyond excited to meet with clients in her own space rather than a coffee shop! (you can only have so many lattes in a month!!)Previous Post: Facebook Friday: Interesting Conversation on the MCP Facebook Wall
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