It is time to determine whether or not BOOKS was a popular theme. I thought it might be, because I’m pretty sure the Photography 139 readership is highly literate. But you won’t know until you scroll down:
As of 12:01 PM on Monday, January 30, this was the current list of ACTIVE streaks (ignore the numbers in parentheses):
1-Becky Parmelee – 1 week
2-Suzie Brannen – 2 weeks
3-Sabas Hernandez – 2 weeks
4-Jesse Howard – 2 weeks
5-Monica Jennings – 2 weeks
6-Nathanial Brown – 3 weeks
7-Mike Vest – 4 weeks
8-Tamara Peterson – 13 weeks
9-Brandon Kahler – 24 weeks
10-Linda Bennett – 27 weeks
11-Sarah Toot – 28 weeks
12-Angie DeWaard – 32 weeks
13-Dawn Krause – 36 weeks
14-Kim Barker – 42 weeks
15-Joe Duff – 43 weeks
16-Logan Kahler – 45 weeks (2)
17-Teresa Kahler – 54 weeks (2)
18-Carla Stensland – 54 weeks
19-Micky Augustin – 56 weeks
20-Andy Sharp – 57 weeks
21-Bill Wentworth – 58 weeks
22-Cathie Morton – 62 weeks (2)
23-Elizabeth Nordeen – 63 weeks
24-Shannon Bardole-Foley – 65 weeks
25-Kio Dettman – 67 weeks (3)
But you didn’t come here to listen to me talk all tommyrot about participation rates or streaks. You came to see the submissions and what streaks continued and what streaks flamed out:
Jen Ensley-Gorshe (Texas) – 1 week
Becky Parmelee (Missouri) – 2 weeks
Suzie Brannen (Iowa) – 3 weeks
Sabas Hernandez (Iowa) – 3 weeks
Monica Jennings (Iowa) – 3 weeks
Nathanial Brown (Iowa) – 4 weeks
Tamara Peterson (Iowa) – 14 weeks
Brandon Kahler (Iowa) – 25 weeks
Linda Bennett (Kansas) – 28 weeks
Sarah Toot (Pennsylvania) – 29 weeks
Angie DeWaard (Iowa) – 33 weeks
Logan Kahler (Iowa) – 46 weeks
Teresa Kahler (Iowa) – 55 weeks
Carla Stensland (Iowa) – 55 weeks
Micky Augustin (Iowa) – 57 weeks
Bill Wentworth (Nebraska) – 59 weeks
Cathie Morton (Iowa) – 63 weeks
Elizabeth Nordeen (Iowa) – 64 weeks
Shannon Bardole-Foley (Iowa) – 66 weeks
28 participants! That is a pretty great week!
This week we had submissions from:
There were no new additions to the map. This year’s list is:
10 states is still pretty good for this time of year though!
This week I took my picture about 2 miles from my front door. I’m still not helping to grow the map.
There were no major milestones reached this week, BUT there were also no streaks snapped either. So that is good news.
But enough dwelling on the past. Time to look to the future. We are all interested in the future, for that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives. And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future! This week’s theme:
PLAY! What a great theme for Year 10 of THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE!
But what is a PLAY image? It is simply a picture of something that is PLAYed with or somebody at PLAY. There are all sort of different things that can be PLAYed. A sport. A game. A musical instrument. A human being. Or even a PLAY is PLAYed. Remember, what some might consider WORK others consider PLAY.
While considering possible subjects for your PLAY submission, meditate on the following quote and I have no doubt you will come up with a great picture:
It’s the things we play with and the people who help us play that make a great difference in our lives.
I look forward to seeing your interpretation.
The picture has to be taken between 12:01 PM today and 11 AM next Monday. This isn’t a curate your photos project. This is a get your butt off the couch (unless you are taking your picture from the couch) and take pictures challenge. There is a limit of 3 submissions per participant. To be considered the photographer, you have to be the one that takes the picture. Don’t be stealing the work of other artists. You can submit pictures for other photographers that took pictures with your camera or phone, but give credit where credit is due.
You can send your images to either email@example.com OR you may text them to my Pixel 5.
That is it. Thems the rules!
That is all I got, so if the good Lord’s willin’ and the creek don’t rise, we will all be sharing your idea of PLAY in this place that is in a constant state of play next Monday.
4 thoughts on “WPC – WEEK 386 – BOOKS”
So maybe it was just me snoppy but I zoomed in on almost every photo this week to check out the titles on the shelves of the 139 army, I was for sure going to have my streaked snapped due to car trouble I was repairing in Ely Ia if it weren’t for a thoughtful reminder of our godfather photographer “the camera w a beard” also wondered if the blind date w a book was at a library or bookstore, great idea!!
You definitely weren’t the only person that was curious about the books other people own.
The book blind date is at the Ames Public Library.
I enjoyed seeing the variety of books in the photos. Looked at all the titles. Thought Logan’s photos were beautiful..
Looked at all titles like Angie. Beautiful photos that Logan shared.