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FMS October Photo A Day Challenge List

Chantal is hosting a FMS Photo A Day Challenge, come an join the challenge.  Here’s a little about each prompts for the challenge to help you.




  1. Where you stood: Take a photo of where you’re standing.
  2. Lunchtime: Take a photo of your lunch, or around you at lunchtime.
  3. This happened today: What’s something that happened today? Shoot it and share it.
  4. What you read: Did you read a sign? Are you reading a book? A blog? Shoot and share.
  5. Shadow: Take a photo of your shadow or any shadow.
  6. I’m thankful for…: What are you thankful for today? It can be simple or BIG. Share it.
  7. Light: You can shoot sunflare, a streetlight, light from the sun… any kind of light.
  8. Angle: Look at angles in buildings, structures, books, anything. Find an angle and take a photo.
  9. Red: Take a photo of something red.
  10. Emotion: Happy. Sad. Angry. Overjoyed and so on and so forth. Be creative.
  11. Something close-up: These photos might be a little mysterious. Take a photo of something really close-up.
  12. On the table: Last month we did table, but this month let’s do ON the table. What’s on your table?
  13. Landscape: Take a photo of the skyline, a landscape you see.
  14. Makes you laugh: What’s something funny that makes you laugh. Share it.
  15. Dinnertime: Just like lunchtime, only later. Take a picture of what dinnertime is like on this day for you.
  16. Something you wrote: Take a photo of something you wrote or drew.
  17. Fruit: Take a photo of a piece of fruit, or a few.
  18. Made you smile today: What made you smile today? Find it. Shoot it. Share it.
  19. Letters: Take a photo of letters. They might make up a poster, or something bigger. Or even be mail?
  20. 4 o’clock: Take a photo a 4am or 4pm – whatever you’re doing at that time.
  21. Calm: Take a photo of something that makes you feel calm, or represents calm.
  22. In your town: Take a photo of something from where you live. It might be a building, people, park or something else.
  23. The view from here: Take a photo of your view from where you are. It might be your office, your home, traveling. The everyday can sometimes be very interesting.
  24. Weather: Take a photo of the weather today. Let’s travel around the world with everyone’s weather photos.
  25. People: It might be people you know or people you don’t. Take a photo of people.
  26. Listening to: What are you listening to? Music? Children laughing? Share it.
  27. Morning: Take a photo of your morning.
  28. Looking back: Take a photo of something from your past, or from just behind you. Look back and take a photo.
  29. Moon: The moon is just about full tonight. Take a photo.
  30. Clothes: Take a photo of clothes. Perhaps what you’re wearing, or in your wardrobe, on a mannequin or otherwise.
  31. Whatever you please: Are you celebrating Halloween tonight? Perhaps take a photo of that. Today is free choice – take a photo of ANYTHING you like.
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