Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Photo Challenge: HELLO/GOODBYE

Results of the HELLO/GOODBYE challenge are here. Huzzah! (I've been watching a lot of Game of Thrones.)

Elephant Soap recently moved her whole life to a new state. This is a photo of her moving her heart, I mean, scooter.

I could not love the look on herm007/Bethany's face in this picture any more. Could you?

Fondofsnape submitted three fantastic shots. There was another one that, thematically, I felt pressured to choose but this one, this look, this wonderful pup won out.

And on this day I said hello to a camera problem I never anticipated and goodbye to this battery...except that it's still sitting on my dining table waiting to be discarded. (Are there rules for lithium batteries?)

Now I'm supposed to have chosen a clever new prompt. Aha! Here's one: WANT/NEED. Whatever that means to you just go for it. No one needs to understand your interpretation but you, though we'd be happy to hear about your process.

Please submit photos to our Flickr Pool by 9am Tuesday June 7th for posting on Wednesday June 8. Any questions you can hit me here in the comments. Can't wait to see what you come up with.

4 comments:

  1. that's my Maxie!!! Such a sweet boy, or as Dave calls him, the old coot :-)

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  2. Wow to Herm007. Amish midwife's house? She's one brave and awesome chic. And the picture is lovely.

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  3. Miflohny2:40 PM

    It is illegal (I think) in NY to throw rechargable batteries in the trash. And, really, no batteries should be thrown in the trash. Regular batteries should be taken to NYC Dept. of Sanitation's Special Waste Drop Off Sites. Stores (other than small food stores) that sell rechargable batteries or items that contain rechargable batteries are required to collect rechargable batteries for proper disposal. Oftentimes Electronic Waste Recycling Events will take batteries for disposal as well.

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  4. Maxie is delish, how could you not pick that one?? Batteries ... not sure about rechargeable but both Green in Bklyn and True Value collect them. And thanks Cindy, though not brave, just very stubborn!

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