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Project MCP: Highlights for December, Challenge #5 and a Farewell!

Happy New Year from Project MCP! We hope your 2013 celebration was safe, happy and full of photographic moments. The final challenge for Project MCP, December, Challenge #5 was to capture a photo representing “13”.  The Flickr gallery may have been feeling a bit unlucky as the “13” photos posted to the gallery, but the Project…

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Project MCP: Highlights from December, Challenge #4

The bows have been untied, the wrapping paper has been torn off, and the boxes opened with squeals of delight. Wishes came true for the young and old alike on Christmas morning. Did your Christmas wish come true? December, Challenge #4 was to capture a photo of your Christmas wish. Some wishes were tangible, like cars…

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Project MCP: Highlights, December, Challenge #3

The term “Christmas Spirit” has a different meaning for everyone. For some, it is a feeling of being jolly and having more tolerance and patience, while for others it is the essence of giving and being grateful for the things they have and the blessings they can share. With Christmas only 3 days away, people…

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Project MCP: Highlights from December, Challenge #2

The holidays are based on tradition. One of my favorite holiday traditions growing up was counting down the days until Christmas on our homemade felted advent calendar. I have kept that tradition with my own growing family and added several others, including; opening Christmas jammies  on Christmas Eve, making cookies for Santa and this guy; he…

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Project MCP: Highlights from December, Challenge #1

I am ashamed to say that it is December 7th and I still haven’t decorated my Christmas tree. As a matter of fact, if it hadn’t been for our family Elf on the Shelf, “Scout”, it might still be in the box. Christmas tree aside, I have managed to get  a few of my favorite…

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Project MCP: Highlights from November Challenge #5 and December Challenges Reveal

I love the holiday season! Silver bells, mistletoe, evergreen trees with twinkling lights and Santa in the mall, I really enjoy watching the season evolve; trees, streets, houses and even whole towns coming to life with lights and good cheer (and of course a Humbug or two). This week’s Project MCP challenge was to capture…

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Project MCP: Highlights from November, Challenge #4 -Thankful

The turkey and dressing have been put away, the dishes have been washed and the family packed up and on their way home. There was truly a lot to be thankful for this year; food, family, friendship and photography! I am thankful to have been a part of Project MCP this past year and to…

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Project MCP: November, Challenge #3 Highlights

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, a temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany in the First World War. Commemorated as Armistice Day beginning the following year, November 11th became a legal federal holiday in the United States in 1938. In the…

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Project MCP: November, Challenge #2 Highlights

The start of Daylight Savings means less daylight and less daylight means more low light photos. Capturing photos in low light can be tricky, but oftentimes makes interesting shadows and intense emotion. This week’s photo challenge was to take a “low light” photo. Here are a few highlights from the Flickr gallery this week: Submitted…

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Project MCP: Highlights for November, Challenge #1

 November is Child Safety and Protection Month. Celebrating  Child Safety and Protection month reminds us to check out everything from our homes, to the gear our kids use, to cyber safety. With kids you never want to leave anything to chance, as children are our legacy, our love and our future. This week the challenge was…

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Project MCP: October, Challenge #5 Highlights and November Challenges Revealed

Halloween The clock is striking midnight The witch her spell has cast All fairies, ghosts and goblins Will be conjured from the past                                                                …

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Project MCP: Highlights for October, Challenges Week #3 and Week #4

Along with colder weather, the month of October often brings colds and stomach viruses. I sincerely apologize for not posting the Project MCP Highlights for last week; however,  I was a bit under the weather. This week you will be graced with highlights from both October challenge weeks #3 and #4. I love the colors…

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Project MCP: Highlights for October, Challenge #2

It is officially October and I am eagerly awaiting Fall-like temperatures. Each morning I  tune into the weather forecast anxiously awaiting cooler temperatures and the opportunity to pull out those cozy sweaters and boots. Unfortunately, temperatures are still reaching the 80’s in my part of the country, but I have seen the whispers of fall…

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Project MCP: Highlights for October, Challenge #1

October signals the middle of the Fall season (in most parts of the world) and as we head towards the shortest day of the year (the Winter Solstice in December) the days will continue to grow shorter, casting long shadows. Shadow and silhouette photos evoke a sense of mystery and emotion because it leaves part…

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Project MCP: Highlights for September Challenge #4 and October Challenges Revealed

Happy First Day of Fall! Turns out it is the perfect time to capture those special Fall moments in full color. As the days become shorter, the leaves begin to change and a golden glow surrounds the dawn and dusk. This week’s challenge was to capture a photo of Fall colors and I was so…

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Project MCP: Highlights for September, Challenge #3

The days are becoming a little shorter, the weather is much cooler in the early morning and late evening (even though it was still 83 degrees in the middle of the afternoon), school is back in session, Sunday football has begun and the leaves are just beginning to change colors and fall to the ground.…

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Project MCP: Highlights from September, Challenge #2

 To teach – 1. to impart knowledge of or skill in; give instruction in 2. to impart knowledge or skill to; give instruction to This week’s challenge was to capture a photo that illustrates the word “teach” or “teacher”. There were several beautiful interpretations in the Flickr gallery. Here are the Project MCP team’s favorites: Submitted by austinsGG Submitted by julieamankin Submitted by Els_stra Submitted by Tonionick1  Great work everyone! Thank you…

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Project MCP: Highlights from September, Challenge #1

September is one of my favorite months. It means cooler weather, shorter days, vibrant colors and of course, back to school. As an educator, I always look forward to the beginning of a new school year. It is a chance for a fresh start; a year full of possibilities. This week’s challenge was to capture…

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Project MCP: Highlights for August, Challenge #4 and September Challenge Reveal

Every athlete went to the London 2012 Summer Olympics dreaming of one thing. The United States brought home 46, China, 38, France, 11 and Uganda, only 1. Yep, you guessed it, the coveted gold medal. Gold symbolizes wealth and prosperity, and it the case of the Olympics, it symbolizes athletic excellence. The August, challenge #4…

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Project MCP: Highlights from August, Challenge #3

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games may be over, but the memories, stories and honors will stay with those who watched forever. One of my favorite parts of the Olympic television coverage is the time they spend highlighting the athletes and telling their stories; I especially love those stories belonging to athletes from a “foreign” (in…

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Project MCP: Highlights for August, Challenge #2

Soccer, gymnastics, badmitton, archery, track and field, diving, wrestling and so much more; the Olympic Games has it all. I am not sure about you, but I have spent the last 15 days watching hour after hour of nail-biting, edge of your seat, hyper-driven sports.  From the look of the Flickr gallery, the Project MCP…

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