Tourmaline .

Miniature Diorama Photographer

This Week’s Challenges: October 29 – November 4 (OWPC, WW, JHC)

3 more days! I’ll post a wrap up on Halloween :) Let me know if you do the same.

Each Sunday, along with the challenges of the week, I’ll post that week’s daily Halloween themes here. You can respond daily or weekly, however you choose, just keep it spooky! Share an image, write a poem, make a collage, you choose how to creatively respond. Anything goes! See all the topics for this month here.


Here’s all last week’s participants!

One Word Photo Challenge: Letter

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!

Click here to see the full challenge details and future themes.


  • Letter – Oct. 29
  • Light – Nov. 5
  • Linoleum – Nov. 12
  • Lion – Nov. 19
  • Lizard – Nov. 26
  • Llama – Dec. 3
  • Lock – Dec. 10
  • Macro – Dec. 17
  • Magician – Dec. 24

Last week’s contributors to Lens:

Weekly Weather: Spring

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.

Click here to see the full challenge details and future themes.

Dying Flowers


  • Spring – Oct. 29
  • Summer – Nov. 5
  • Autumn/Fall – Nov. 12
  • Hot – Nov. 19
  • Cold – Nov. 26
  • Dry – Dec. 3
  • Wet – Dec. 10
  • Humid – Dec. 17
  • Day – Dec. 24

Last week’s contributors to Winter:

32 Responses to “This Week’s Challenges: October 29 – November 4 (OWPC, WW, JHC)”

  1. Single Letters | Elizabatz Gallery

    […] ‘A’ is for antique. On an old building made of corrugated metal on the former industrial site of Granville Island, the letter ‘A’ has almost faded into oblivion.  ‘C’ is for crow. The letter ‘C’ made abstract by graffiti. Sculptural signage of the letter ‘E’ indicates the ‘E’ section at Vancouver’s Stadium. The letter ‘G’ cut out of yellow metal.  Graffiti in Brussels shows a red letter ‘I’ with artistic drips. Geometric architecture sporting the letter ‘M’ in Rotterdam, Holland.In East Van, the Woodward’s big ‘W’ has marked the skyline for years.Another Eastside letter, a big O. More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Letter. […]


  2. angloswiss

    And goodbye to halloween, although something not known so much in Switzerland. They tried to introduce it a few years ago, but no-one was interested. Tomorrow everyone takes a walk to the graveyard as tradition, but because it is All Saints Day.
    I would just like to say a big thankyou to Jennifer. Although I really had to search and scrape to find some appropriate photos, it was fun, something completely different. So if I may say it, same place, same time but next year again.


    • Tourmaline .

      I’m so so glad you enjoyed it. Very happy you participated even though Halloween isn’t really a thing in Switzerland. I suppose it would be pretty odd to just introduce it all the sudden. But it is a very fun holiday.

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