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One Word Photo Challenge: Cat

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Part III: People, Places & Things

If you want to share a literal image of the actual word, do that. But if you’d rather play with word association, post something that reminds you of the specific word, or something you use the word for, do so. It only has to make sense to you. Have fun and keep on photographing!

Download the full part III list to save on your computer/use as a checklist here.


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This week’s word is Cat!

To participate:

  • Create a new post on your blog titled “One Word Photo Challenge: Cat”
  • Include an image or images that you feel fit the theme
  • Tag your post with “One Word Photo Challenge” so that others can find your contribution
  • Comment here with the link to your post or include a pingback to this post in your response
  • Have fun!

Links to your contribution will be shared on the next week’s post.

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 Click here to see the full challenge details.

Upcoming topics: Ceiling 7/5, Chameleon 7/12, Chicken 7/19


Cats (1)

Cats (1)

I still need to finish this series. I have 1 more clay cat I’ve photographed – twice actually, but I’m still not quite happy with it and another cat I’ve made and painted that still has yet to have her time in front of the camera. I think I had intended to do 7 in all, so with time I’m sure it’ll happen.

Here are all the wonderful challenge contributions/mentions from last week. If you don’t see your post on the list, let me know. I’m still making my way through challenge posts. I have a list of weeks I’ve yet to go through, so bear with me the next couple of weeks and I will make it around to all your OWPC posts I’m sure.


67 Responses to “One Word Photo Challenge: Cat”

  1. One Word Challenge: Cats in the Waterlogue App | Elizabatz Gallery

    […] In the past I have been disappointed in how Waterlogue translated faces, both human and cat. In December 2015 they added a ‘facial recognition’ algorithm to the program and while it still doesn’t work as well as it should the face of this little tabby cat looks pretty good. I would probably add in a bit more detail in the eye. Another cat, a ginger one, sprawled on the floorboard. I ended up using the ‘Travelogue’ look for both these short-haired cats as it has the most detail and they didn’t show up that well in the other looks. Where the app really shines is this piece of cheeky fluff – he looks good in almost any of the the watery looks. Roly-poly fluff. Relaxed fluff. More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Cat. […]



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