A Word A Week Photography Challenge 2014 – 2015
Once a week I will dip into my old English Oxford dictionary and pick a word on the page it falls open at. The challenge is to post a photograph, poem, story – whatever the genre you like best to describe of what that word means to you. Put a link back to my weekly challenge post so others can take part if they wish.
I’m loving other bloggers posts who pick up the gauntlet and because they are so good and so much thought been put into them I am also going to reblog one or two other participants entries a week to share with you all. I’ve been missing some posts so it would be really helpful if you could add a tag called ‘A Word A Week Photo Challenge’ so I can read and share with others.
2014 – 2015
Current week – Arid
Previous weeks were;
reef float, intricate, broken, frame,play,Mural,rainbow, pots, cross, yellow,shell,spray,chilled, window, technology, rust,arch, create,transport,red, Traditional , kitsch, inside,delicate, happy, carry , orange,watch, water, contrast, run, frame,atmospheric,violet, Unduate, yellow,waiting, gap,reflect,wind,track,high,shadow,lines,behind,pose,two
2012 – 2013
Week One – Different
Week Two – colourful
Week Three – food
Week Four – dog
Week Five – love
Week Six – mother
Week seven – Journey
Week Eight – Flower
Week Nine – Year
Week Ten – Blue
Week Eleven – Light
Week Twelve – Wood
Week Thirteen – Clouds
Week Fouteen – Round
Week Fifteen – Weather
Week Sixteen – Smile
Week Seventeen – Island
Week Eighteen – Garden
Week Nineteen – Industrial
Week Twenty – Zoom
Week Twenty One – Dance
Week 22 – Hat
Week 23 – Action
Week 24 – Parade
Week 25 – Music
Week 26 – Old
Week 27 – Dawn
Week 28 – Worker
Week 29 – Sleep
Week 30 – Orange
Week 31 – Mountain
Week 32 – Angle
week 33 – metallic
week 34 – vibrant
week 35 – tropical
week 35 – boat
week 36- distant
week 37 – unexpected
week 38 – curve or roof
week 39 – castle
week 40 – bisect
week 41 – herd
week 42 – decadent
week 43 – pink
week 44 – ornate
week 45 – square
week 46 – arch
week 47 – mistake
week 48 – underneath
week 49 – sihouette
week 50 – fur
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Mmmmm…. love your words, so I will be back…. (which day do you post new ones?)
I also love,the desert, so a couple posts in response:
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Thank you for the challenge! I have been meaning to write about these pictures since January, and your challenge was the perfect excuse for me to finally sit down and finish it! http://myfoundthings.com/2015/04/26/arid/
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How do I discover the theme for the week for March 19, 2015?
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Thank you for your wonderful Photo I may have missed will update this today.
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Thanks for the prompt…my entry…
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When I included you in my list of blogs that inspire me, Sue, I REALLY meant it. Literally! As proven by my past contributions to your A Word A Week Photography Challenge.
I’m sure others have already nominated you multiple times for a Very Inspirational Blogger Award in the past, but it never harms to tell someone that we appreciate them! 🙂
Thank you Jaspa
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What a fabulous idea. Going to take part too.
Sounds like fun
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I’m glad to participate, for the first time, in your challenge.
Here’s my entry for the “hole” theme.
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Apologies for not realising this before – but i obviously have mislead quite a few people by putting please link back to my challenge page rather than weekly challenge post. So if you wish others to see your response to the weekly challenge please link back to the weekly challenge post not page. Sorry for the confusion.
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When the topic is rust, I can never resist. Behold, a slide show where rust is the star:
Let There Be Rust!
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Here’s my word for this week. http://myjourneythroughfilm.wordpress.com/2014/08/29/a-word-a-week-rust/
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hope you like it
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Here is my image for the word of the week–it’s the Peep Mobile! Hard to imagine a happier yellow; it always makes me smile.
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Hi there, Here is my contribution to this wonderful challenge: http://anttijohansson.net/2014/08/04/come-or-go/
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Thanks for this word challenge: https://br4ceyourself.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/word-a-week-orange/
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I shall give this a try from my photography blog.
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I don’t follow any blogs, but i randomly found this one. It touched me. I’m also writing and traveling. For french speakers: http://willmonilee.wordpress.com/
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Baby, You’re A Firework…
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I’m in. http://irisgreenwald.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/a-word-a-week-photo-challenge-undulate/
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Sue here it is ‘Undulate’ for this week!
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Undulate. A great word choice.
My offering: http://sightingsofthesubtle.wordpress.com/2014/01/27/sands-of-time/
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Loved it! Am joining in from today! Here’s my entry for ‘Yellow’
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I’m in! Will post asap 😀
A Word a Week Photo Challenge – Yellow
Arizona isn’t all desert.
Word a week seems so exciting, here is my photo:)
Couldn’t wait to post. 😉
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The common Green Tree snake is yellow 🙂 https://invivamus.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/a-word-a-week-photography-challenge-yellow/
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Gap. Thanks for the inspiration going into the new year. 🙂
Reblogged this on Fashion Makeup Lifestyle and commented:
This looks like such an awesome idea, I might try to do it this Summer 🙂
Is this all finished….
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I love your blog, so many beautiful pictures.
Thanks for sharing, DIVA Iketha
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You are so talented indeed!
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Sue – very sorry for the mix up. Corrected now!!! I follow both blogs and love both of the challenges and blogs that you write – sorry for getting myself confused. 🙂 Sonia
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First contributions with a word that fits perfectly my world nowadays 🙂
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Another week, another story….
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Hi!: I’m brand new to this and want to participate~ ergo I don’t know how to “link” to your post! If you could just visit my site and comment on the photo – titled A WORD A DAY – I’d be grateful! maybe you could even tell me how in your comment! THANKS! Hope you don’t take offense! 🙂
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This is my contribution to ”Curve”
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Hi! I just found out about a word a week challenge and really love your creative Idea. Soon I will participate too! cheers
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A question for you hon : Do you have a specific day when the challenge start every week? Why I ask is because I would like to sort the different challenges on my page according to days that they start. 😀
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Hi.This is my weekly submission for ”MOUNTAIN” I hope you like..
This is a great idea. As a budding photographer, this really inspires me to go out looking for what others might see as mundane and turn it into art. Thanks!
good luck witht he photography Nina hope you find time to take part in some of the challenges
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I had to do the challenge this week as Orange is the color for MS https://geminiwords.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/word-a-week-challenge/
Love it!!! http://patriciaddrury.com/2013/05/09/word-a-week-photo-challenge-orange/
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sounds interesting…. would love to take up the challenge 🙂
Good luck with your challenge. I am doing a photo a day (each week a different theme) and a poem a week on that theme…my own challenge to keep the grey cells alive!
sounds like a great idea
I wanna participate in this challenge,but i am not sure the procedure; http://pushpitapalit.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/the-beautiful-dusk/
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What a brilliant idea! Week 4 is of course my favourite…
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Thanks so much for visitng and liking my post on The Sundog drift!
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Fantastic idea. The visual expression of words is a thousand times more meaningful.
SO AGREE 🙂
a great idea this “word a week” challenge!
thank you 🙂
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i wish there was a way to leave a comment on the blog as a whole!! I love the entire blog!!!ill be reading till next tuesday..hehehe well wheni have some free time
Thank you for following me on my journey. It has been heartwarming to reach so many new strangers.
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Thank you for stopping by my blog. Yours is very interesting. You sound like a wanderer. Hope you find that book in you yet. You would certainly have a lot to share. Good luck and God bless.
thank you for such nice words Janice
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Thanks for visiting my blog and liking a Gandhi-ji. Anne
I love this challenge and want to play. How do I know what week you are on?
Me too!! I’d love to join in!
Hey Sue … just sending you a link of my recent post … a lightning pic I clicked and used some post production effects on it. Do check it out if you can http://askmaverick.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/ride-the-lightning/ 🙂
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what a great idea! thanks for sharing 🙂
Thanks; a great prompt. http://zimmerbitch.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/a-word-a-week-photography-challenge-music/
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Your prompts are always great, Sue and for once I have something to contribute: http://thewanderlustgene.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/the-busker/
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Great Idea! Sounds like a project my art teacher does for her drawing seniors!
Thanks for the visit to my blog. Word of the week, what a fun idea! So many places you can go with a single word.
Thank you for heckingme out as well 🙂
Thanks for liking my simple blog. I’m struggling to grow mine and practice tarting it up. got a recommendation?
Thank you Kinsahays – it took quite a long time for me to find the right layout and develop the blog – just keep trying different things until you are happy
Word a week photo challenge – fun idea and fun to follow!
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What a awesome challenge! Can’t wait to see how it goes!
nice take on the word Mary 🙂
Thank you for visiting the newly created dipisang713.wordpress.com
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I re-blogged an article the other day made by a friend of mine. There was a button at the top that said reblog which I did and it appeared on my blog. I’m not seeing option on yours or am I doing something incorrect?
very cool idea !!! I will spread the word 🙂
Thanks for visiting my site and liking ‘Services Rendered Shout-Out (chp. 6). I like the idea of your photograph challange. It’s a great way to push the creative juices!
Thanks Lila 🙂
Great concept 🙂 Will be back to visit and see what you’ve been up to.
Also, thanks for taking time to check out my blog.
Thanks for the Lunchtime! like and for posting the weekly challenge as a list and for taking photographs!
thank you for the positive comments
Thanks for taking time to read and like my blog. You are an amazing photographer!
Thank you Anne 🙂
Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Your “zoom” photos are truly amazing! Although I am not really able to travel the world, I am so pleased that I can do so vicariously through your lens. God bless!
thank you sin
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It’s a much overused word but ‘awesome’ describes most of your images. Really impressed and will check in frequently now to see what you have uploaded.
Wow thank you for the compliment Mari
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Thanks so much for stopping by. So glad you did- this blog is beautiful and inspiring. Excited to look at more length.
thank you Sky
It’s an interesting challenge!
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I love this idea but am late to the game. What week are you on now?
This week we are on HAT
Thanks for liking “phone bill.” Love that shadow shot! Best to you and your blog.
Thanks for liking my blog post #BlogFlash2013 Day 5: Health. I wish I had more talent for photography. I guess I’ll just have to live vicariously through you!
Thanx for stoping by my blog.Great Photos….
thank you PP
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Great blog! And, thanks for stopping by and giving me a LIKE.
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Love this blog! We have so much in common. Thanks for visiting Young Adult Fantasy on a Journey!
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Absolutely beautiful! Much love and light to you and have a blessed day!
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Hi, this idea is very interesting. I would like to participate also.
pls kindly advise, a week is count from what day? and is today still count as week 20?
Thank you… 🙂
Hi Chiemay – The word for this week is Zoom and the next word for the week will be published in 7 days time. I normally post the new word every Sunday if possible. HOpe you are able to join in 🙂
noted. I really want to join although i’m not so good in photography..
Thank you for your information 🙂
thanks Bee 🙂
Thank you for another like on my blog Island hopping in Greece. As you may have noticed I have just started an account of a new trip to the Dodecanese islands. This time I’ll try to include more photos. I love your photography.
thank you red – i will continue to visit as I am enjoying your journey
Enjoying your posts too Red
Really enjoy your idea – will try to be a better pirate and get photos in regularly..
thanks and looking forward to seeing what you make of the challenge
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WOW! Your images are so vibrant and I felt part of each one. Brilliant! Thanks so much – true talent. Thanks also for popping by this week! xo
Love these challenges!!!!
Here is my interpretation of ”industrial”:
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Love the idea and your photographs. really makes you browse your old photos. If I understood what standard menu meant ( mentioned by a previous blogger) I might try it out.thanks for stopping by my blog.
Think I might have missed that post – I don’t know what a standard menu is either
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very interesting you arae a good photographer who has a keen eye fordetail and graphics. This is a good project of yours , a word a week. I really like this
thank u 🙂
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Is there a theme for this week?
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Here’s my “Island” photographs, this swept me back to “my lil’ grass shack …” in Kauai, Hawaii!
Great word for this week! Especially with the colder weather. 😉
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A word a week challenge is a different way of getting people to participate in a group artistic project. I am sure you will get some colourful photographs of food and dogs and later of course great love poems. You are definitely the mother of the Challenge because in spite of all your journey blogs that you write you have the time to think up way to make people open up to you. I guess they open up to you just as a flower opens up itself to the rising sun. They enjoy the warmth you bring to them with your encouragement to write or photograph something new every day within the year. Your encouragement to the aspiring new photographer to see the blue in the light and not just the red’s and yellows. Your encouragement to some will be as hard to do as it is hard to drill a hole in an oak wood plank using the old hand brace and bit. And to some the encouragement and challenge will be as elusive as a cloud rushing by on a windy day. Round and round they will go trying to come up with an idea but in the end they will choose not to pursue the challenge but instead leave their cameras, computers and note pads unattended and just enjoy the nice weather outside. Of course they will do it with a smile because in their hearts they know that if they wanted to they could have done a wonderful job. I for one will not take up the challenge because I think it would be too hard to come up with ideas for all those words.
my pic for “Love” – http://deanchacha.wordpress.com/blog/
Hi – glad you liked my pic for “Love” – my 2 yr old son sleeping. You have so much energy and have observed so much! keep on doing what you do!
thank you Dean – I intend to 🙂
Hey Sue, trying my hand with the A Word a Week Photography Challenge – Smile / Smile and the world smiles with you http://askmaverick.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/smile-and-the-world-smiles-with-you/ 🙂
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After seeing so many other entries for you challenge, I couldn’t help but wanting to join! I didn’t take the photo, but I am in the photo. Hopefully that doesn’t matter. Here’s my link:
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Really good idea, I’m often stuck for things to photograph – this will keep it interesting!
Are you still on “cloud” week?
We have moved onto smile this week –
So do I post it on my blog and tag it with “a word a week . . .” title?
That’s right – don’t forget to add the tag ‘A Word A Week Photo Challenge’
I love this idea! Here is my idea of “weather” for your weekly challenge. 🙂
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Love the idea of this concept. Might give it a go!
Thanks for your like, what word are we on? I love your concept!
Thanks for liking “no great shakes.”
Alright, I feel really silly for saying this but I don’t understand how this photo challenge works. Where do I find the theme for every week, and where I do post a link to my contribution? I’d really like to participate but I’m confused.
Dont feel silly there a lots of things about this bloggin milarky that confund me too!. First follow my blog that way every time I post the challenge you will get notification, create a post as normal. Third add a tag ‘A Word A Week Challenge’ that way your post will pop when people type that title in the search under the reader. Now the complicated bit as far as I am concerned is adding a link in your blog back to my original post. This notifies me in my commnets that you have taken part. The link is the http://www.suellewellyn etc at the top of your page – just copy and paste it in I think – if anyone else knows any better please advise – good luck
OK, thank you, I’ll try it out. I think I need to link to a specific post of yours in order for you to get the pingback notification.
Thank you for stopping by the B bus, encouraging and inspiring us to keep photographing and blogging our travels near and far. Your blog is great and the images are diversely wonderful . We are honored that you chose to like our post!
thank you Pamela there is a lot to like about your blog 🙂
Many thanks! We are novices, but having fun with it. It is energizing to ramble around and find so many creative blogs and beautiful words and pictures.
This is my contribution: http://klassikurlz.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/a-word-a-week-photo-challenge-round/
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Thanks for liking “repetitive motion.” I appreciate your support.
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My pick = “dog”, since mine died 3 years ago at age 15.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I’ve been enjoying yours as well!
Looking forward to joining this challenge. Wonderful idea. Love it.
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Thanks for liking my blog. I love your ideas too, maybe i could have linked an image to a word….
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here is my clouds poem http://cvillewinter.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/a-stewardship-fatigue-solution/ i hope you like it. and, thank you for an opportunity to share. 🙂
I just stumbled upon your challenge and thought I would give it a go. Great idea 🙂 Here is my attempt, http://midsommereve.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/word-a-week-challenge-clouds/
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Here’s my humble attempt!
Great blog. Lucky you to have travelled so much! I love your ‘word a week challenge’. Great idea.
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Thank you Pollyanna
I love this idea!! Just might hop on board 🙂
please do – look forward to seeing your clouds contribution
Got mine done, although I admit I cheated…just a little 🙂
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Hi there! I stumbled on this challenge and thought I would try it this week as I love clouds. I hope that’s all right 🙂
Here they are: http://wp.me/p1jmzG-vK
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Here is my attempt 🙂
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I just found this challenge and love the idea. I have added a few cloud photos and will follow each week. When do you post the new challenge?
Generally every Sunday or Monday – you arwe more than welcome 🙂 look forward to seeing your posts
I think I set up the pingback, but just in case.
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Many thanks untitled A – it is always an honour to receive an award 🙂
This is a great idea. Is this already finished? In what week are you? Kind greetings
looking forward to next weeks word…
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Great theme! Here is my interpretation of ”Wood”:
Happy to have found you! Heres my link:
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So many ways to go with this one word: Wood. I went this way: http://lingeringvisions.wordpress.com/2012/12/24/a-word-a-week-wood/
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Thank you for the re-blog! Keep the challanges coming!
Thanks so much for visiting sixyonabike. I really appreciate it. Merry Christmas.
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There are some beautiful photos being posted in response to this challenge. Here’s my contribution. I hope this is the right place to post the link. http://artifactsandfictions.wordpress.com/2012/12/19/light/
Hi Suzanne – great photos could you add a tag a word a week challenge to your post so I can find it easily and reblog – thanks Sue
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I love photo projects! Should I start at week one since I’m new to it or pick up where you are at?
I suggest you pick up where we are at as then it is relevent if I reblogg it. However, feel free to try the others as well if you find something appropriate 🙂
Cool thanks 🙂
I love the word of the week idea. How clever, but I don’t understand how to participate. I have a great picture for blue and light… not sure which it this weeks word. I am a newbe blogger, so I am just starting to get it. How do I join in the photo fun? Cheers.
Dear reblogger – first create a post, second add a link back in the post to my post on the word a week challenge (copy URL and paste) third, add subject and add tags as normal but add the tag ‘a word a week challenge’ fourth publish.
Its as easy as that 🙂 good luck
Blue is my all time favourite colour, so I am going to ave to pick up the gauntlet!! Back soon with a pingback!
I tried… http://rolbos.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/a-word-a-week-photo-challenge-blue/
would like to reblog habing trouble finding your post in the tag could you add a tag a word a week challenge please to your blog
Will do so immediately…
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Golly Sue can’t believe I’ve missed this ! What a splendid idea and who knows where your dictionary might open 😮
I shall jump aboard ASAP !
I love this, a weekly photo challenge using a word, excellent idea! And thanks for liking my blog post.
What a neat idea! I’ll be sure to keep an eye open for your next challenge.
I agree, this is super cool! Would love to participate next time 🙂
Looking forward to seeing your entry 🙂
I love your blog! Thank you for browsing “Happiness is so chic”!
I used to use this theme and your blog is making me think of going back to it. Are you using the standard menu setup?
Yes I do use the standard menu – I have not made any changes
Yeah, I set it up this afternoon, and noticed the menu can take up more than one line.