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This Week’s Challenges: September 10 – 16 (OWPC, & WW)

 

One Word Photo Challenge: Jewelry

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!

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(that little cup is actually a bracelet charm re-purposed)

  • Jewelry – Sep. 10
  • Journey – Sep. 17
  • Kangaroo – Sep. 24
  • Ladybug – Oct. 1
  • Lake – Oct. 8
  • Landscape – Oct. 15
  • Lens – Oct. 22
  • Letter – Oct. 29

Last week’s contributors to Jaguar:


Weekly Weather: Snow

This challenge is all about…you guessed it…the weather. Each Sunday, a new topic begins. Share an image, poem, quote, drawing, etc. of an actual weather event, something that you do during certain weather, how that weather makes you feel – it’s all up to you.

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  • Snow – Sep. 10
  • Sun – Sep. 17
  • Thunderstorm – Sep. 24
  • Tornado – Oct. 1
  • Wind – Oct. 8
  • Flood – Oct. 15
  • Winter – Oct. 22
  • Spring – Oct. 29

Last week’s contributors to Sleet:


Ongoing

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25 Responses to “This Week’s Challenges: September 10 – 16 (OWPC, & WW)”

  1. One Word Challenge: Fabricating Jewelry | Albatz Travel Adventures

    […] A jewelry maker’s studio in San Sebastian, Mexico.By the time we had made it back down Inle Lake in Myanmar it was late. The market was closed and all that remained of the jeweller were the tools of his trade he left behind. I never saw what type of jewelry he made and am forever curious… A silversmith in Toledo, Spain works on jewelry design that is modified from ‘damascene’, a traditional method of decorating steel with threads of gold and silver, resulting in extremely decorative, strong and SHARP swords, back when everyone carried around swords. The truly traditional method is painstaking, requiring hours of work and is quite expensive. The (slightly) cheaper modern styles use enamel and simulate the style.More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Jewelry. […]

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