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Project MCP: Highlights for May, Challenge #1

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May is shaping up to be another busy month for Project MCP. The Flickr gallery has been quite busy with the opportunity to win a Tamaron lens on the table! This week’s challenge was to capture a photo to illustrate the word “neighborhood”. Here are few of the Project MCP’s favorites:

Neighborhood James Charles Project MCP: Highlights for May, Challenge #1

 Submitted by James Charles

Neighborhood Tonionick1 Project MCP: Highlights for May, Challenge #1

 Submitted by Tonionick1

Neighborhood Posers by Tammy Project MCP: Highlights for May, Challenge #1

Submitted by Posers by Tammy

Neighborhood Nsphotos1 Project MCP: Highlights for May, Challenge #1

Submitted by Nsphotos1

Next week’s challenge is to capture a photo with sunflare. You can check out THIS MCP post for some helpful tips. We cannot wait to see the sun come out!

If you are just joining us today you can click here to find out how to play along with Project MCP; and if your interested in winning a great new lens, you can find out all the details here.

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5 Comments

  1. 1
    Gini Kessler says:

    Bird’s eye view of our home and neighborhood. It’s the one with the black roof and pergola in the back!

    • 1.1
      TLHarwick says:

      Hi,
      Don’t forget to enter your photo on the main Tamron challenge thread to be entered to win!

  2. 2
    Laurie in FL says:

    Love them all!

  3. 3
    Saswata Nandi says:

    All Are really Beautiful :)

  4. 4
    Alice C. says:

    Beautiful! Love the use of leading lines! And how fun! I love sunflare!

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