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The Time Has Come

Well, it has been a good, long, FUN experience, but the theme-a-week blog is officially closed. Each of the contributing photographers is pursuing her craft in her own preferred way and available time. Please leave a farewell comment and let us know where in the big wide web to find your photos!!

6 comments:

Anita said...

As a founding member, I'm sorry to see this come to an end, but it has been a really great experience and so much fun!

My photos are posted, periodically, at http://anitamich.wordpress.com and http://www.flickr.com/photos/anitamich/.

I'm excited to be part of a new collaboration as well. That work can be found at http://www.flickr.com/groups/1291770@N24/.

shannon m. said...

Thanks so much for keeping the blog going Anita! I've loved seeing everyone's interpretation of the variety of themes every week. I have to admit, I am sad it's coming to an end. I would love to keep up with everyone's photography if you have a blog. Please do post your personal blog link. Here's mine http://www.blu-bambu.com/blog/

I'm excited to see what comes from the collaboration!

SherreeMurray said...

I also hate to see this come to an end. I have loved seeing all the pics and I have learned from every member of this group, so thank you for that. My camera had to go to the hospital but when I get it back, my pics can be seen at http://photo2journal.blogspot.com/

Thanks, everyone! Sherree

Christi L. said...

I'm sad too. This was one tiny way I still felt connected to you guys. You can see my pics at www.lachpachpics.blogspot.com
sometimes I even get to sit down long enough to upload some to it. ;-)

I got PSE from Anita while we were in Texas and hope to get it loaded and start playing soon. Wish me luck girls! I miss you guys!!!

Shona Cole said...

Phew! we did good going this long!

I am at
http://shonastudio.blogspot.com/

from there you can hop to my Flickr account.

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