Announcing… the new weekly Friday Photo Challenge, a weekly photography challenge for everyone who likes to take photos!
So the Weekly Photography Challenge used to be an amazing way for photographers (amateur and professional alike) to take a prompt and turn it into a piece of artwork. You could search your files or go out and specifically take a photo for the weekly challenge.
I was scared of participating at first, because I knew nothing about photography (I still don’t know as much as many people, but enough that I’ve sold pictures to national news outlets) but I enjoyed taking pictures and I knew what I liked seeing in a photo.
I was away in China, where I couldn’t update my blog as our internet in our apartment was too slow, when the final WPC came and went, and I only found out earlier this year that the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge has now passed.
Obviously it’s a big commitment, to put out a challenge for everyone every single week without fail and to go and look at everyone’s contributions, but I am going to take it on. I hope this new one will be one of many challenges to inspire people to share beautiful photos and to bring together the strong community we used to have a few years ago on WordPress.
From endings, there are always beginnings. Leaves fall to the ground at this time of year and in decaying, they become the nutritious soil that nourishes all plant life.
Late Autumn is a time for new beginnings, as the lifecycle of the earliest plants begins, months before we see anything happening above the ground.
This week’s challenge, then, is beginnings. Here’s how to take part:
- Take a photo or search your files for one that represents the week’s theme.
- Write a post, including your photo, any words of explanation or inspiration you wish to share, and a link to this challenge page.
- Comment on this post with a link to your page so others can see your contribution.
- That’s it! Super easy.
This challenge will stay open for one week, then next Friday, I will post the next challenge!