If you all remember back to when I put out the prompt I made it vague on purpose. I wanted these pictures to help us think about the year we're leaving and the one we're leaping into. Since that's happened my family has gotten a couple of pieces of sad news, making the new year celebrations feel more melancholy. I hope you're getting good news for the new year and I think these photos will brighten even well-lit days.
Thank you for a glorious year in images. I'm truly looking forward to another year of sharing this tradition with you.
Our Cindy has taken some wildly Christmasy photos this season. I can feel the wishing sparkling out of this one.
I spent the holiday in New England and was unable to connect with Our Janet in person. If we'd managed it I assume it would have looked like this.
Our Sara lives with a perpetual dreamer. Even discarded on the street he had to try this pogo stick to make sure it didn't work.
The friendship here is the fulfillment of so many of my hopes and dreams.
I don't even know what to say about what Our Bethany offered here. It feels like everything I felt when I posted the prompt. I miss her.
One of the unexpected sadnesses for my family this week is that my uncle died. Sudden heart failure in his home. One of my greatest continuing challenges is learning to release things that I cannot or should not control. In view of both those things let's have the first prompt of 2016 be LET GO. How's that?
Please enter by 9am Tuesday January 12th for posting on January 13th. Tag your photos with PHOTO CHALLENGE and LET GO. Check out the wonderful work in our Flickr Pool for inspiration. Also, let me know if you have any questions. The appropriate email for that is Kizzbeth117 at gmail dot com.