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Photo A Day Challenge – January 1-15, 2015

In case you missed it, the FMS Photo A Day Challenge changed from monthly to weekly in 2015. I’m personally still planning to hang in there for the whole month (in fact, I’d love to do another full year if I can!), but if that’s not something that easily fits into your schedule it’s good to know that a weekly option is available. Here’s the latest prompt list, in case you’d like to give it a whirl.

I’ve been sharing my photos on Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, and the FMS Photo A Day group on Facebook, but thought I’d also periodically do a round-up of my photos here on Alphabet Salad for the benefit of my readers who aren’t active on any of these platforms.

Hope you enjoy!

(Clicking on any of the photos below will take you to my Flickr account… and, depending on your browser, hovering over them will give you – in some cases – an explanation as to how I interpreted the prompt.)

January 1 - The sky

January 1 – The sky

January 2 - Something yellow

January 2 – Something yellow

January 3 - Me today

January 3 – Me today

January 4 - I hear...

January 4 – I hear…

January 5 - Square

January 5 – Square

January 6 - Round

January 6 – Round

January 7 - Currently reading

January 7 – Currently reading

January 8 - Landscape

January 8 – Landscape

January 9 - Pattern

January 9 – Pattern

January 10 - Hello

January 10 – Hello

January 11 - I see...

January 11 – I see…

January 12 - Bright

January 12 – Bright

January 13 - Lucky number

January 13 – Lucky number

January 14 - New

January 14 – New

January 15 - Old

January 15 – Old

To be continued…

Are you doing a photo challenge this month?
Please share!

NaBloPoMo January 2015
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Laurel Storey, CZT – Certified Zentangle Teacher. Writer, reader, tangler, iPhoneographer, cat herder, learner of French and Italian, crocheter, needle felter, on-and-off politics junkie, 80s music trivia freak, ongoing work in progress.

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