3KCBWDAY2 - Photography Challenge Day - Day 2


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Photography Challenge Day! Today challenges you to be creative with your photography, and get yourself in with the chance to win the photography prize.
Today is Day 2 of the Knitting and Crochet Blog Week.  The challenge is to use photography to create a scene of some kind.  Well, normally I would be up for the challenge, but I'm feeling a bit under the weather and so no Photoshopping or extra, over-the-top creative stuff will be happening this day.  However, I love photographs of crafters' tools and I've been eyeing my Mason Jar full of knitting and Tunisian Crochet hooks for a while now.  Some of these tools were purchased, but most of them were given to me.  You know I don't know a thing about Tunisian Crochet.  lol

So, even though my photographs definitely won't win a prize for being creative, I'm sharing them because I like them and don't want to be a loser on only the second day of the challenge.  :-)




Who knows?  Maybe I'll turn these images into cards or something.  Hummm....

To read other blogs that have blogged on this topic and to check out their cool photographs, Google this code: 3KCBWDAY2.
 
Enjoy and Happy Blogging!
 

7 comments:

  1. Love the picture... such fun finding all sorts of new blogs. Following you on Networked Blogs now.

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  2. Love the colors of the needles and how they pop against the white background. Feel better soon!

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  3. Your photos are so pretty!! I LOVE ALL OF THE COLOR! Very beautiful against the white.

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  4. Quite creative to say the least, very cool vantage points. You've got my vote! Great photos.

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  5. Great crisp photos! These would be neat on a card or as a background for business cards.

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    1. You know what, Val? That's a great idea. I have been wanting to try Moo cards and I think the bottom image would work great for that. Great suggestion. :-)

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