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December 2008 Photo assignment - The holidays

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    Default December 2008 Photo assignment - The holidays

    Any suggestions here? I know we are all crazy busy right now preparing for the holidays, but we can come up with something here, right? How about the obvious - Christmas - can be preparing for, neighbourhood lights, Christmas morning, Church happenings, Ho Ho Claus, busy-ness of the shopping centres, festivals...so on and so on.

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    Ok I know it's late but I still think there's time for at least 1 assignment.
    The holidays - it's wide open anything goes.

    I have a bunch of shots that I will post tomorrow!

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    Way to go Marko!! Can't wait to see what you put up!

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    The season always gets a kick off with a baking day. This year, grandson Altey was able to join us! Photo shot with my point and shoot - not technically good, but I like the anticipation on the little guy's face. This is a candid shot and not posed.

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    Cute shot, TT!

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    This is very very cute and quite well done. This shot would also work well in Sepia or B/W IMO.

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    Thank you to both of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    This is very very cute and quite well done. This shot would also work well in Sepia or B/W IMO.

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    I agree with the black and white - then i might even leave the cookies with a bit of color to them

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    Maybe I'm cheating here (cuz this was done for many different purposes ) but here is a quick/silly family holiday shot!
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    How adorable! Love the saying on the hem of the apron!!

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