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February FMS Photo A Day Challenge

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February Photo A Day Challenge - Are you ready for some photo-taking fun?

Here are the prompts to help you with the Feb list:

There are no rules when playing along with photo a day, you can be creative as you like! Interpret the prompt as you please. For those that need a little help, some more suggested details about each prompt are below:
1. Fork: Everyone has a fork lying around at home, or work, right? Get creative and see how you can shoot it with a little style.
2. Pattern: Look around and see where you can find pattern in your day. Is it in something you’re wearing? In a rug you come across in your travels? On some wallpaper, a book or something else?
3. Something beginning with ‘E’: Take a photo of something beginning with the letter E.
4. Hope: Oh, a hard one. How would you photograph hope? Is it something you wish for? Someone who gives you hope? A quote that brings hope to your life?
5. Something you smelled: What’s something you came across today that smelled {or smelt depending on where you live}. Take a photo of it.
6. Soft: Take a photo of something deliciously soft.
7. Your name: This is a fun way to get to know each other. Perhaps you could take a photo of a name badge you use for work {or even an old one}, your name on an award you received, or perhaps you can scribble down your name on paper and show us that way?
8. Something orange: Find something orange or a few things and take a photo.
9. Guilty pleasure: What’s something you enjoy but kinda feel guilty about doing so. Chocolate, expensive magazines, fancy shoes… do tell!
10. 3 o’clock: Take a photo of whatever you’re doing in the hour between three and four. It could be in the middle of the night {you party animal, you!} or during the day.
11. Entrance: Think of a door, a gate, an archway… a way of getting through to another place. Which entrance will you choose?
12. Where you ate lunch: Where did you eat lunch today? At your favourite cafe? On the floor with the kids? At your work/school canteen? Share it. We wanna see!
13. Walking: Take a walk today, even if it’s just a short one – and show us what you see.
14. Love is…: It’s Valentine’s Day so show us what love means to you. Is it a heart, a person, a feeling?
15. Inside your fridge: Give us a sneak peek into your life. What’s inside your fridge?
16. Perfect: Take a photo of something you think is perfect. A beautiful flower, your child, a painting… anything.
17. In your hand: Take a photo of something in your hand.
18. Something you don’t like: Personally, I don’t like making my bed. What don’t you like?
19. I am…: Share something about you. Are you tired? Brave? Strong? Happy? Or even take a self-portrait.
20. Where you stood: Go about your day and take a photo of where you stood. It could be on the train platform on the way to work, or amongst the laundry at home, or at the park, or at the movies… anywhere!
21. Full: Take a photo of full. A jar full of something? Or interpret it another way if you like {you creative thing you!}
22. Makes you smile: What’s making you happy right now? Take a photo of it.
23. A word: Capture a word. It could be some graffiti on a wall, a sign, a book title…
24. Cloud: Take a photo of a cloud today {let’s hope the weather plays nice today!}
25. On your bedside table: What’s on your bedside table? And if you don’t have one… what’s beside your bed?
26. Quiet: Take a photo of quiet. What does it look like to you?
27. Playing: How do you have fun? Capture play in your life.
28. Upside down: Take a photo of something upside down. Should be fun!
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