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I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! I am here with our Monday morning inspiration Eye Candy for our “Intense” Theme.

This time of year, I notice our group starts to wane down a bit and become a bit more intimate. As there aren’t as many submissions are there are in the group at the beginning of the year (understandably so), there also are less images to feature so you may notice our eye candy posts getting a bit smaller as well. That is totally common so don’t get discouraged if there aren’t as many images chosen.

And a reminder:

If you are newer to the project or would like to jump in, there is a wealth of great information on how this project works in our Facebook group, especially under the “Files” area. You can find our group HERE. All are welcome.

Let’s Get Started:

By: Ellen Elizabeth Covey

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A self portrait of the strong and {intense} bond my daughter and I have.

By: Tevi Legge

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34/52 – The {INTENSE} smoke from the forest fires South of the border gave us a perfect hazy romantic feel for this shoot in Waterton National Park.

By: Jaime Taylor

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She’s already got “the look” perfected….and there was no changing her mind.

By: Amber Clontz Watson

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i n t e n s e

By: Cyndi Greenwalt

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34/52 {Intense} I hate bugs. — at Paper Hearts Photography.

By: Katie Lewis

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The sky was intensly beautiful last night.

By: Becky Whitney

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Glassblowing: {intense} heat, concentration, and skill required.

By: Kaila Skeet Browning

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“Intense”
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By: Tracy Skiba

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34/52 Theme “Intense” This bumble bee and I had an intense stare off until he saluted me

By: Danielle Hawkins

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34/52 Intense Our foster dog Spanky was an “intense” frisbee catcher!

DKay Photography

By: Jordan Douglas

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34/52 – Someone had an intense day at the office.

By: Sarah Gates

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P52 – Week 34

Theme: Intense

Heat & Light

Tmax 100

By: Katie Lewis

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[Intense]

“You become. It takes a long time. That’s why it doesn’t happen often to people who break easily, or have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept. Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very
shabby. But these things don’t matter at all, because once you are Real you can’t be ugly, except to people who don’t understand.”
–The Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams.

The bond between my daughter and her Night-Night is very “intense”. She loves him as though he were real to her.

By: Jamie Nicole Scott

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34/52 | Intense

By: Esther Young Dora

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Week 34 {intense}

By: Celene Guzman King

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34|52 Intense
Interesting how a picture can trigger such intense feelings.

Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.
-John Muir

By: Shannon Cameron

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34/52 {intense} Few teachers have to display their students’ work in such a public way as teachers of the performing arts. This is the moment when his students are about to take the field for the first time this year. There is an intensity in his walking off the field, trusting in his own work and the students growth.

By: Juli Garcia Balague‎

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34.52 {intense}

By: Angie Haas Schueren‎

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34/52 | Intense

When your littlest is done swimming in the lake…..the emotions are a little intense! Daddy to the rescue with the hugs
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Angie Schueren Photography

By: Angelika Pfeifer Mitchell

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[34/52 Intense]

Coming upon a wolf on your walk to Grandma’s? Kind of intense.

By: Amie Akers‎

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34/52 – 34/52 Intense..can you say momma nerves my third baby just got this today…such an intense array of emotions, excitment, sadness, fear…motherhood is such a whirlwind

By: Lauren Giuffré

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Week 34 | Project 52

The intense sights and sounds of your first Western Idaho Fair.

By: Maria Griner

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Intense. To me this newborn session I had yesterday was intense. I sent a text to mama about removing any socks “he” meaning baby has on and she responded with, “He can’t remove his socks or shoes due to a prosthetic leg” I felt HORRIBLE for the misunderstanding and she just laughed about it. When they showed up to the studio, baby had the most HORRIBLE diaper rash like any little touch or movement to his butt and he squealed (poor guy).INTENSE. Anyways needless to say we pulled it off and I even had the guts to ask daddy to lift his pants leg. Glad I asked, bc everyone should know what he does for our country. He was shot in his chest 3 times, right arm and left leg. No feeling to his right arm and well you see his leg
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What a beautiful positive family, I cried when they left. INTENSE.

By: Jennifer Oddo Burns

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34/52 – Intense – INTENSE laziness…

By: Amalia Massango

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M4H P52 Week 34/52 Theme “Intense”
{intense colors}
Amaliam Photography & Design

By: Thomas Lenway‎

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Intense power of the waves

By: Sally Manlove‎

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34 // Intense waves! Wandering Manloves

By: Supriya Kumar

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Week 34: Intense
His expression seemed fairly intense…. and the thorn added to the mood.

By: Shelli Quattlebaum

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#intense

week35

Happy Sunday, Friends!

 

Just coming by quickly with our Week 35 Theme. This week we are covering the theme “Emote.”

 

This can be interpreted anyway you like!
The Definition of the word Emote is:
1.to show or pretend emotion :to emote over the beauties of nature.
2. to portray emotion in acting, especially exaggeratedly or ineptly; behave theatrically:
The actress emoted for all she was worth.

Happy Shooting!

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! I am here with our Monday morning inspiration Eye Candy for our “People” Theme.

This time of year, I notice our group starts to wane down a bit and become a bit more intimate. As there aren’t as many submissions are there are in the group at the beginning of the year (understandably so), there also are less images to feature so you may notice our eye candy posts getting a bit smaller as well. That is totally common so don’t get discouraged if there aren’t as many images chosen.

And a reminder:

If you are newer to the project or would like to jump in, there is a wealth of great information on how this project works in our Facebook group, especially under the “Files” area. You can find our group HERE. All are welcome.

Let’s Get Started:

By: Holly Dykstra Beamer

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33/52 – “When you photograph {people} in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” ~ Ted Grant

By: Colleen Putman

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people | Colleen Putman Photography

By: Aniya Legnaro

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33.52 people.
these letters, dating back to 1972 are from my dad to my mom.. its the most amazing thing to get to know these people in a different time, in a different space. before they were married, before they started their own family. Re-meeting my parents from a time when my sisters and brother were not even a thought.. this is so priceless to me.. so so priceless.

Life Photography by Aniya

By: Courtney Day

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[people] I think one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned and am still learning as a mother is letting these boys be their own person. Finding that line between guiding them and forcing them, or which is appropriate in each moment, isn’t always so clear. One thing I completely adore and appreciate is their ability to really, truly play and get dirty. Almost every day lately this is what they look like, and I have a strange sense of pride about it. I hope their love of exploring stays with them forever. And I look forward to exploring what people these little boys become.

By: Kristy Recker Honkomp

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33/52 People Studio K Squared

These are some of the most important people in my life. The grankids on my husbands side. 7 boys, 1 girl. My first styled concept shoot “Snow White & the 7 Dwarfs”

By: Natasha Rooney

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33/52 – {People}
The people of London on a wet afternoon.
Oh boy, this week was tough for me. I love the idea of street photography and I knew that that I really wanted to take my camera to the city for this one. This is way out of my comfort zone and I even got told off for trying to take photos in a train station. I cried all the way to work. lol.

By: So Nia

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33/52 {people} 3 of my fav little people!!

By: Stephanie Clayton Burrage

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33/52: For an introvert like me sometimes the best places are void of {people}

By: Lauryn Taubman Luki

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33/52 – People at Grand Central Station

By: Robyn DePauw Yakush

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This girl loves {people} and she can make a new friend anywhere–even on the merry-go-round!

By: Bailey Olson

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33:52 People. Don’t judge other people until you walk a mile in their shoes.

By: Janet Crouch

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33/52 {people}
Every single time I ask my grandkids what they want to play or do when they come to see me their request is to “play people”. These little people belonged to me when I was young and then my own children and now they are enjoying them just as much!…and from day one…only the dog is allowed to drive the fire truck!

By: Vaishali Kamat Nileshwar

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“People” 33/52
I had the amazing opportunity to watch this in person this afternoon in Houston! These are the Tibetan Monks from Deprung Loseling Monastery creating Mandalas..participating in the mystical arts of Tibet. This is how Asia Society, Houston describes Mandalas : “In general, all mandalas have outer, inner, and secret meanings. On the outer level they represent the world in its divine form; on the inner level they represent a map by which the ordinary human mind is transformed into enlightened mind”. It was a fascinating afternoon for me..I was instantly transported into a mystical world!

By: Kara Bankston Soileau

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I have not been doing the project but I have a great people shot. I do admire and hope to start participating.

By: Katie Conner

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My most favorite {people} doing one of our favorite things to do after dinner. It’s finally cool enough to get outside for more than 15 minutes

By: Claudia Muir‎

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Week 33 | 52 People

My cousin has diabetes since he was 14. It doesn’t run in the family, he was not obese, it happened over night. Everybody pitied him. Not him. He took it and ran with it – 25 years later, he’s a nurse and plays in a rock band, has a child with the love of his life and is touching other lives with his positive attitude and his charisma and his discipline about his condition. He’s an activist and a great inspiration for many. He is one of my most favorite {people} in the world and I’m terribly proud of him.

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Happy Sunday, Friends!

 

Just coming by quickly with our Week 34 Theme. This week we are covering the theme “Intense.”

 

This can be interpreted anyway you like!

Happy Shooting!