Monday, November 07, 2011

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #149: Happy Harvest

"The true harvest of my life is intangible... a little star dust caught, a potion of the rainbow I have clutched."

-Henry David Thoreau

It's HARVEST time. Time to celebrate. This EMPS assignment is a pretty easy one, and there is lots of room for interpretation. You can choose to photograph the best of a harvest bounty of autumn vegetables and fruits, or you can maybe get a little metaphorical with it. Perhaps you are in the autumn part of life, or someone you know is, well then, take this time and celebrate it! As always, feel free to be creative... let the challenge take you where it will!

Extra Credit: Let's take a look back at spring 2011. Reach into your archives and show me the best photos you did of spring.

Guidelines for Assignment Submissions...

1.The EMPS closes each Sunday evening at 9:00 PM (ET). No submissions will be accepted after that time.

2. Submit your entry by getting your photo, uploading it to you blog or website, and then comeback here and leave me your link in the comment thread. PLEASE REMEMBER... THE LINK YOU LEAVE MUST GO BACK TO AN ENTRY WHICH IS SPECIFIC TO THIS WEEK'S ASSIGNMENT! A general link to your site will not do and will not be added to the list of those participating the following Monday. HYPERLINKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED!

3. Please be sure to provide a link back to the assignment in your submission, so your readers can find the assignment and join us. Everyone is welcome to play along!

4. Please keep in mind that the image you submit for the EMPS assignment, must be your own original photography. NO LIFTING!

Participation List for EMPS #148: Sweet Halloween Greetings 10/31/2011


See you next Monday with an all new assignment! :)



Leovi said...

My picture today is very simple, the title is: Whispers

Jama said...
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Jama said...

My entry for this week is here:


Karen Funk Blocher said...

Yay! I got to the screen after all!