There was a bit of a falloff in participation this week, but that was to be expected. I fear this week’s theme will really scare people. That is okay, everybody needs to get out of the comfort zones once in a while.
This week’s submissions:
This brings us to the time where we reveal this week’s theme…
I told you it would be something that isn’t in everybody’s comfort zone. However, I hope there is still a good amount of submissions.
Time for a definition:
religion – noun – a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
And of course… time for a couple of housekeeping notes from PHOTOGRAPHY 139’S SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION DIVISION.
Michael Houlihan has become the latest person to show taste, class and sophistication by becoming a Photography 139 subscriber. So if you see Michael prowling the mean streets of Ames, Iowa you can give him a knowing glance and of course, the super secret Photography 139 handshake.*
Other sidenote, only 1 person responded positively to the return of the Proust Questionnaire, therefore it will not be making a December return. Take that Proust!
*A loyal subscriber has volunteered to create a Photography 139 handshake. They will then run their creation by my handshake expert. It is possible, that there will be a video on how to do the handshake in the nearish future.
4 thoughts on “WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – WEEK 10 – WORK”
Yikes, mine looks even more like a camera phone shot on a big screen.
I feel like there’s an awesome story behind the pickle autopsy.
People are often surprised at what a cell phone picture looks like outside of a cell phone. It makes me sad how many cherished family memories are being poorly recorded with cell phone cameras.
Laura is a science teacher in Kansas. She had the students dissect a pickle.
On a sidenote, being a science teacher in Kansas is kind of like being a drummer with no arms. You aren’t allowed to teach evolution and when you teach sex ed, the only form of safe sex to be discussed is abstinence.
Rock chalk buddies.
I never understand that logic. Are they allowed to teach dinosaurs? How do people who don’t reconcile their faith with science explain that – they’re just a myth? Really big dogs?
Be nice. Abstinence-only education has worked fabulously twice now for Sarah Palin’s oldest daughter.
There are people out there that believe that the earth is only 6,000 years old and the dinosaur bones were planted there by Satan to confuse us.
But I don’t know if they are allowed to teach about dinosaurs. I assume that they are, but I don’t have any reason to back that up.
Oh Sarah Palin. I had forgotten that she existed. What a failure of a human being.
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