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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2018 03:20 am
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A photo is posted and people who wish to join in are given a new number each week.
Whoever is number one follows the first photo by studying it and taking an idea from that photo as their subject for the photo they post.
For example it may be a city scene with buildings, transport, plants, colours, shapes, etc. The first person may choose to follow with a photo with a bus in it and then the next person, number 2 follows with something from the previous shot.

General Rules:
1. You are encouraged to take new photos wherever possible but sometimes that isn't practical. So, we would love to see how the theme inspired you, but if you have the perfect shot waiting in your computer just mark it ARCHIVE somewhere in the text.
2. Unless specifically requested, please refrain from critiquing other people's photos.
3. Restrict each photo to 600 pixels along its longest side and 400kb maximum per photo. (The lower the kb the more it would be appreciated.)
4. Watermarks are encouraged.

Your numbers are:
1. Joanne
2. Monika
3. Birgit
4. Cindy
5. Billie
6. Mary

Here is Wayne teaching in a worship prac at the Bible College. I changed it to black and white as the quality wasn't great again.

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 Posted: Mon May 21st, 2018 09:34 am
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Great start!
I follow with another black and white photo. My maternal grandfather. We all gathered at his house for Thanksgiving dinner! This was probably taken in the mid 1950s.

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Nice start mary, sorry Joanne I canĀ“t see the photo???
Following your explanations, I follow with this black and white photo. Here with my sister and cousin and my grandma.
I did not like her very much, she hit me once in the face. His hands were very loose.



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Thank you, Monika, I have the photo showing now,
Weren't you a cutie!!



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Awesome starter, Mary!

Joanne, gotta love the turkey carver!

Monika..great photo, memories of all sorts!



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Wow, great follows Joanne and Monika. Very unexpected twist as I deliberately made my pic monotone due to it's poor quality. I'm loving these old stories too, this is a very different flow so far.



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Great start and follows, I like the b/w photos so I continue with one. It's my kids and my brother.

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Lovely family shot for a follow Birgit.



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Great sho, Birgit. I love the black and white photos.



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That is a wonderful family photo!



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Fabulous follow, Birgit! Fantastic memories.

I'm gonna keep the black and white thing going and following with a blanket. This picture is of Livi sleeping in the cradle. We couldn't find her, she had just up and disappeared; and this is where we found her. LOL She just loved that cradle.

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How cute and well spotted for the blanket Cindy.



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Ah, what a sweet story, and a lovely photo too!



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I really love the black and white theme. I think you see so much more detail with black and white. Everyone's photos are packed full of sweet memories. Good job everyone.

I'm going to stay with that theme with this picture of some kids and horses playing horse and rider games.

Billie

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Great shot! That takes some kind of effort and coordination there!!



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Fun follow, Billie!



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Great action b&w follow on Birgit. I'll be back later.



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Cindy what a cute photo. Love it.

Billie great follow on.



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I'm staying with b&w and looking through a fence to the horse trials at a local show. This was taken in mid winter and the foggy morning had created the droplets of water on the fence. That's the end of the chain. Thanks for going monochrome with me this week for a change.

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Impressive composition on this photo!
Great chain! Doing black and white was fun



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