Hello and welcome to the 2nd edition of the Pick a Word in 2021. I hope that you are all well and still interested in participating. I am a bit slow checking the entries and writing new posts, but I will not give up.
Here is what I have been thinking of for February:
For those that are new to this photo challenge: you can pick one or more of the provided five words and illustrate them in your photos, or you can also do all five.
Hello and welcome to the August edition of the Pick a Word photo challenge. I hope that again you will find the offered words inspirational and intriguing and that you will respond as creatively as you did in July.
1 – This is my Stonehenge Teddy camping in Austrian Alps
2 – A view downward from Cabo Girao, Madeira
3 – A pair of horses
4 – Ornament on a building in Vannes
5 – A nice hairdo
You may have noticed that I don’t provide definitions of the selected words. I omit to do that on purpose so that you can make your own research and find other synonyms. I enjoy that process a lot, and naturally I think that you might too.
Once again you are free to chose either of the provided words, or more or all of them.
I am sorry I had to skip this event in February, but here is the March edition of Pick a Word photo challenge which I hope you’ll enjoy. As usual, you have a choice of 5 words and you can do just one, or more, or all of them. I know they are a bit demanding this time.
Welcome to the special edition of Pick-a-Word Thursday’s Special photo challenge. The thing that is special about this one is that you get to choose between five different colours and not just words. Here is what I had in mind for this December:
Take your time posting. I am not sure if I will be able to prepare another challenge/post before the end of the year and what it will be, but I am not giving up on blogging in 2019. Have a happy and merry holiday season and thank you for being so patient and pending of my posts throughout the year. ❤
Welcome to another Pick-a-Word Thursday’s Special. I hope that you will find this month’s choices sufficiently challenging and varied. As always you can pick either of the 5, some or all of them. Here are the words to choose from:
Welcome to another Pick-a-Word Thursday’s Special. This will be the only TS this month, and due to my busy schedule, I will look at your entries in a few weeks. So, think about the offered choices and take your time responding.
After a month’s break I decided to challenge you again with things from the past.
What Traces of the Past have you found near you or on some of your travels? Are they remains of the things once built and now in despair, the remains of natural occurrences or from your personal past? Whether they provoke admiration or make you nostalgic or even horrified, here’s an opportunity to showcase them for this photo challenge.
In the valley of the river Mincio in Lombardy there is a scenic little village by the name of Borghetto sul Mincio. If it weren’t for flocks of tourists coming to the place, I would call it one of the most idyllic and authentic villages in Northern Italy.
You are wrong, if you think that I forgot about July’s Pick a Word challenge. I’ve just been too busy to see the last week’s entries, but I will get to that soon. For now, here is the July’s mix for you:
For this challenge I did not give you the title macro photography, or an abstract (which is too obvious when you look at my photo above), but lost in details, to give you an opportunity to interpret it differently. I am so looking forward to see how you will do it 😀