Mama Sonshine

thoughts from a mother of boys, a wife, a scientist and an artist

Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime

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I have been itching to push the trigger button for a while now.

Between working, blogging, homemaking, mothering, wifeing, party planning and all the other things I feel I am doing, I have not been able to do any photographing.

Don’t get me wrong, I use my camera.  But recently it has been picture for this blog or of my children.  Now these are valuable pictures and worth taking.

My children are adorable and I love taking pictures of them, but I miss taking other pictures.

I miss pictures with no people in them.

I have been looking for some online picture-taking incentives.  what?

I need someone or something to push me into taking those shots.  WordPress hots a weekly photo challenge.  They give us a topic we shoot it and then blog about it.  I decided to try it.

I am hoping to find other online challenges to get me out there shooting again.  If you know of any, share them with me, please.

This week’s topic…Lunchtime

This month is a phonetography month, so all pictures are taken with our phones.

This is what I eat when I forget lunch. Peanut butter = healthy. #dontjudgeme #reesesforlunch

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This is what I eat when I forget my lunch…

Happy Shooting

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2 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | Flickr Comments

  2. Pingback: Photo Project: 52 Bolivian Sundays [week 11, 'Lunchtime'] | 3rdculturechildren

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