Has the spring arrived for you?
In my neck of the woods, I woke up on March 30 with a coating of an inch of so of fresh snow. On the bright side, it’s supposed to warm up this week, so we’ll see.
I’m ready for better weather.
Alas, enough talking about that. It’s time to talk about photos and this month’s theme of “Two.”
I had a hard time with this one. The weather made it tough to get out and shoot photos and I didn’t have a lot of inspiration with this one. I did end up finding some things I truly liked with the theme and I think I was pretty diverse with it.
I’m still shocked at the growth of this challenge and that we’ve celebrated two years. Here’s to many more!
Two was the theme this month, and here’s my five.
Squared Circle Wrestling, or 2CW as it is known, is an independent group out of Syracuse. I’ve had the chance to see them many times, and they had a card this month. I liked this shot not just because of the federation’s name, but because the two in the one tag team were performing a really cool move together.
2. Roll ‘em
How about if a two comes up in the dice?
3. Two drips
The spring weather we’ve had once or twice has made for some nice photo chances, like the double drip of this icicle.
4. Which directon?
Once you come to this stop sign… you have to make a choice — left or right.
5. Father and son
I had the chance to snap some shots of Cameron … again … for this month. Him and my brother (his father) when I was there. Two together!
That’s my five and now it’s your turn!
If you took part in this month’s challenge, make sure to link up below. And for those of you who participated, make sure you try and get to other people’s blogs and comment (here, too!). Let’s continue to grow this challenge and have a strong community. Come back and check out the others who link later on, too!
Also, don’t forget to get back here tomorrow, April 1, to see the theme for April!
NOTE: I set up a Facebook group for those who participate in the challenge and are interested. I’ll post any announcements there and hopefully it can be a place where things are discussed and some interaction etc. You can access it here.
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