Everybody get low!
Low is fine as it can be interpreted in a bunch of ways, including a point of view. Which, I’m sure is the way many may have gone.
And that’s always fun, pending the subject!
Though this one could have been all Harper, I’ve *tried* to mix it up a bit. I’m trying to take photos of other things, though it’s hard when I am with Harper most of the time!
Hopefully low is a good thing for your posts this month. I know this theme could also take on a negative context, depending on how life is going for somebody.
I hope everybody’s summer (or another season, if you are in other parts of the world) is going well and you are enjoying life. It’s a short one, so try to make the best of it!
Here are my five for the month! Let’s see what you all have!
Harper loves chilling. And I have to be honest, Iove getting low with photos. Of course a lot of times, she just turns away. I’m glad she did with this photo… it’s such a cool profile of her!
To get the best views of flowers, you really need to go low!
3. Harper’s ball
It’s fun to watch Harper with this soccer ball. She can’t destroy it. And she grabs and runs with it. This was a fun shot as she was clenched on the ball when I took it.
4. Too early!
I always like getting low for leaves in the fall … it’s way too early to see leaves like this on the ground!
Working on a full blog post about these geocoins, but i needed to get somewhat low to take a photo like this. I’ve wanted a personal geocoin for years, but to invest the kind of money it takes, I needed to have something I was truly passionate about — enter Harper. I am so thrilled with how they came out and I’ll look forward to trading with other coin collectors and hopefully growing my personal coin collection!
There’s my five and let’s see what you came up with! If you took part in this month’s challenge, make sure to link up below.
And for those of you who participated, make sure you try and get to other people’s blogs and comment (here, too!).
Let’s continue to grow this challenge and have a strong community. Come back and check out the others who link later on, too! NOTE: We have a Facebook group for those who participate in the challenge and are interested. I’ll post any announcements there and hopefully it can be a place where things are discussed and some interaction etc. You can access it here.
** CHALLENGE CHANGE **
From this point forward, I am going to do the next theme at the bottom of each linkup. Also, the posting date will now be the first of each month, thus giving you the entire month to take the photos etc.
That means it’s a one-stop shop! Hopefully this helps out with everybody.
So, below is the linkup for July. Make sure you drop your link there.
I’m sorry for doing this to all of you, but I must! August is National Dog Month, so … the theme for August is … Pooch. I’m hoping because I use that word, maybe it opens up more interpretation than just “dog.” Remember to come back on September 1 to link up and check out the theme for that month!
Photo Blogging Challenge: July 2022 results
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Congratulations on your very own GeoCoins, very cool!
The colorful leaf makes me hopeful. This summer has been way to hot and humid for my taste.
Obviously, the ones of Harper are awesome! And it’s really so cool you’ve had those designs for GeoCoins made for the future!
Mrs GeoK / Denise says
Big congratulations on the personal geocoin. Four versions? I like the dog’s eye level pics, especially the one with the ball – very playful. The colourful leaf might make Tamara hopeful, but even in the midst of a heat wave it makes me a bit sad. Autumn is just around the corner and we’re having quite a lot of fun this summer. But then again, a couple of nights down near freezing will put an end to the swarms of mosquitoes. Maybe we just need our own Jesse (see Lisa’s post).
As for the August theme, you’re making me work, that’s for sure!
Harper seems to be a great friend and companion and a handsome photo subject as well!