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This Week’s Challenges: November 5 – 11 (OWPC, WW)

 

One Word Photo Challenge: Light

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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  • 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 Letter:


Weekly Weather: Summer

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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  • 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 Spring:

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28 Responses to “This Week’s Challenges: November 5 – 11 (OWPC, WW)”

  1. One Word Photo Challenge | Tourmaline .

    […] Part III: People, Places & Things – 94 Ant, 95 Aperture, 96 Appliance, 97 Armadillo, 98 Artificial, 99 Attic, 100 Automatic, 101 Baboon, 102 Baby, 103 Background, 104 Backlit, 105 Balance, 106 Barn, 107 Basement, 108 Bear, 109 Bed, 110 Bee, 111 Bench, 112 Bird, 113 Blanket, 114 Bokeh, 115 Book, 116 Bottle, 117 Box, 118 Bubbles, 119 Bulb, 120 Burn, 121 Cage, 122 Camel, 123 Camera, 124 Candid, 125 Cardboard, 126 Cat, 127 Ceiling, 128 Chameleon, 129 Chicken, 130 Child, 131 Circus, 132 Cityscape, 133 Clothes, 134 Color, 135 Computer, 136 Contrast, 137 Cow, 138 Craft, 139 Crane, 140 Crop, 141 Curtain, 142 Deer, 143 Depth, 144 Diary, 145 Digital , 146 Dirt, 147 Distance, 148 Distortion, 149 Dodge, 150 Dog, 151 Doll, 152 Dolphin, 153 Dragon, 154 Dragonfly, 155 Drink, 156 Duck, 157 Elder, 158 Electronic, 159 Elephant, 160 Escape, 161 Exposure, 162 Fabricated, 163 Fairy, 164 Family, 165 Film, 166 Firefly, 167 Fish, 168 Fisheye, 169 Flash, 170 Floor, 171 Food, 172 Foreground, 173 Fox, 174 Frame, 175 Friend, 176 Giraffe, 177 Glue, 178 Gorilla, 179 Grain, 180 Heron, 181 Hideout, 182 Hippopotamus, 183 Home, 184 Horse, 185 Hummingbird, 186 Insect, 187 Island, 188 Jaguar, 189 Jewelry, 190 Journey, 191 Kangaroo, 192 Ladybug, 193 Lake, 194 Light, 195 Letter, 196 Lens, 197 Landscape […]

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  2. Red Lights from Around the World | Albatz Travel Adventures

    […] Red traffic lights at Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula, USA.Neon red in Las Vegas, USA.Bottles arrayed on a wall in the Porterhouse Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland.Eastside Culture Crawl with red lights and big ‘O’, Vancouver, Canada. A whole bunch of one of my favourite things to photograph: EXIT signs (Yaletown Illuminations in Vancouver).An illuminated bridge in Singapore.The industrial interior of the Guinness Storehouse at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland.Red lights shine on a many armed goddess in a Puerto Vallarta Club, Mexico.The infamous red-light district in Amsterdam, Holland. I had people hissing at me when I took this photo – apparently the trade isn’t as open as they would like people to think.More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Light. […]

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