MCP Project 52 Recap Week 45 + Introduction to Week 46

What a fun week! Book Titles has proved to be another amusing and creative photography topic this week. Thanks to Rebecca Spencer (one of our flickr moderators/project managers) for keeping the creative themes flowing… even after 45 weeks. Her new ideas always excite me and make me want to check back often to see what you all come up with.


And now, down to business. Here are this week’s top 10 featured photos.

The Christmas Box {katypaskett}

The Year of the Fog {trooperslucky7}

Stone Soup {allisonachauer}

Green Eggs and Ham {Karen Gibas}

Gone with the Wind {Joyful Reflections}

Honey the Sweet Fairy by Daisy Meadows {lisawiza}

Circle Dogs {Teckelcar}

On the Road {Jules1836}

Book Titles {msullivanphotography}

Grapes of Wrath {karilan}


Congratulations! One of the moderators will be by sometime soon to drop off your flickr badge.

And now onto next week…. The week 46 theme is going to be: Over the Top! When I first heard this theme, my immediate thought was the arm wrestling movie from the 1980’s starring Sylvester Stalone. Since I didn’t have any arm wrestlers to photograph, here you go. Here are some cute little fingers “over the top” of her keyboard. I’m excited to see how the entries from this week turn out, there are so many ways you can take this theme.

This photo and blog post was brought to you by Haleigh Rohner {website/blog/facebook} She is a photographer in Phoenix, Arizona. She has four young children. She loves to spend time with them, and her husband, whether it’s traveling or cuddled up on the couch watching a family movie. Family is her biggest blessing in life! She and her husband just started a framing business. Stay tuned to the MCP Actions blog for details on how to win a $250 credit to their online frame store!


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    Karen Gibas says

    Thank you for the feature! There were so many great photos this week it must have been difficult to narrow it down to ten!

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    This week was one of my favorites! I loved seeing all of the super creative ways that everyone interpreted the “Book Title” theme. I don’t know how you narrowed it down to 10. Thank you so much for featuring my picture among the 10.

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    Julie says

    Thank you so much for the feature!! It is truly an honor to be included with these talented photographers!! Thanks!!


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