Week 23 recap and launch of Week 24 – Project 52

Almost to the half way point and boy, what a ride!  Right on the verge of 3500 members in the Flickr group and over 10,000 pictures.  You guys are doing great and let’s keep it going.

Enchanted was a tough theme but everyone, once again came through with all sorts of renditions of the theme.  Everyone still keeps thinking outside of the box and that’s fantastic since that’s what the themes are for.  Now on to the featured of the week (in no particular order).  Be cure to click on the picture and show some love to the featured!

Schae D Photography

JanetI2008

Maureen Anne’s Photography

Lisa!!

dettaowens

LoodyW

…ToriGrace

erin childs

*Annabellabella*

julesqults

Well done to everyone! If you’ve been featured this week one of the moderators will be adding the I’ve Been Featured badge into the comments for your Flickr photo. Feel free to take this badge and use it on your blog, Facebook etc. And everyone who joins the MCP Project 52 is entitled to use the ‘I’m a Participant’ badge, grab the code and use as you’d like.

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Now let’s kick in Week 24.  “Make it Tasty”

Ask my kids…I don’t cook.  Funny thing is, I love to cook I just hate the mess.  I got a whim to actually break out the cook book and here we go…3 cheese stuffed chicken.  The boys loved it and of course I had to take a picture of it, not just because of this week’s theme but because it only happens once in a while.

This weeks featured blog post is brought to you by:  Lisa Otto {website}

Self proclaimed prop addict, she’s a full time newborn/childrens photographer based in the Tampa, FL area.  You can catch her ramblings/advice on Facebook or the daily ramblings on Twitter.  Every once in a while, she’ll blog too.

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  1. 2

    Schae D Photography says

    Thank you so much for picking my photo. I am truly honored! What I am really learning with this 52 Week project is to expand my horizons and try to think outside the box. Everyone here has helped me do that. When I look at all the pictures I say, “What a great idea…or What a wonderful way to interpret the theme!” So many great photographers here and so many great teachers.

    Also….can I get the 3-cheese stuffed chicken recipe? :)

  2. 4

    LoodyW says

    Whaaaat?! I am so surprised to be featured this week. I can’t imagine having to choose from the many great photos. Congratulations to everyone and thank you, Lisa!

  3. 5

    Karen C says

    Noooooo…. *sigh* I’m one day too early for this week! Nabbed some adorable shots of my son eating an ice cream cone, but, alas, that was yesterday and today is the start. Figures, right? I’ll just have to find something else to do for this week. 😉

    Love the featured shots from this week! Nice job, everyone!

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    says

    Bravo to those that participate in last week’s theme, “Enchantment”! Congratulations to those that were featured! Everyone did nice work and I am sure had fun doing it! I can’t wait to see the submissions for this week’s theme, “Make it tasty”! Again, Bravo!

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    Maureen says

    It’s an honor to be featured with this fantastic group. Thanks so much for the recognition. I am a foodie who loves to cook, so I look forward to this week’s challenge!

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