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Hello loveys! How are you all this evening?

I hope you're in a photographic mood, cause it's time for my second challenge! (for rules and prize info, please go here. Thanks!)











So if you want to enter, grab the button above and link up! This contest and the Linky below will be open till next Tuesday, September 14th at midnight PST. And all photographers of all skill levels are welcome. And you don't need a fancy camera either. :D And you can edit your photos if you want, but you definitely don't have to! I'm just looking for passion in the shot. :D

This week I will be deviating from my photo class assignment (it's about aperture, and since not everyone has that feature on their cameras, I want to make sure as many people as want to can participate. :)) and I will be picking the theme!

This week's theme is:
All the small things...

This is a very broad category, and you can enter up to 3 pictures if you like. What I mean by small things is, well, let me show you in pictures...

Little things...
Little things close up/ Macro...
Small parts of bigger things...

Small things that look like big things/ Miniatures...
Tiny people in your life...
Small moments in your life...
So take this theme and run with it! Let your creativity run wild! I can't wait to see all of your gorgeous photos! :D
<3tprm

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