I love Artifact Uprising, and they had this fun photo challenge at the end of the year. I thought it would be fun to turn it into a blog post, so here are my 10 photos. I didn’t write any captions for the photos, because I kind of just wanted them to speak for themselves. Enjoy!
Find a photo from the year’s greatest adventure – big or small.
Find a photo of a significant moment.
What photo makes you feel most alive?
Pick your favorite photo of you and the people you love.
Search for a photo of a morning you want to remember.
Find a photo that represents joy.
Locate a photo of the people that shaped your year.
Find a photo of you trying something new.
Identify an image of something you are proud of.
What is a photo that you’ll want to pass down for generations to come?
The end of AU’s post says “Not everyone’s year looked the same. When we stop to look back at our photos, we are able to find celebration in the moments we’ve experienced — both big and small.” I love that, and totally agree.
I really enjoyed going through all of my photos from the past year and finding ones for each prompt. It reminded me of everything I actually did and accomplished this year, and allowed me to revisit some fun memories I’d forgotten about. More than anything, it made me realize I need to take more quality photos! I have so many random photos of things, but not enough of all the people I love and spend time with throughout the year. I often feel a little awkward stopping to take a photo with or of someone, but I need to get over that. With iPhones in everyone’s pockets, there’s really no excuse to not have a photo, right? So here’s to taking time to take an actual photo, rather than frantically tapping the button on my phone.