Bigger Picture Captures

Movement  from last week’s pool of shots by Sarah

Often just like writing, inspiration for a photo comes immediate and you simply must capture the moment. Other times picture taking is less inspired.

In the spirit of creativity that is being nourished here on this site and in your hearts, we’re bringing back Bigger Picture Captures.

Each Wednesday a thought, a word, or a moment will be shared and you will have the opportunity to capture the creativity with your lens and share it.

No need to worry about blogging it (unless you want to of course) or linking it up. All you have to do is Tweet it, facebook it, or Instagram it.

We know that a lot of you are participating in the P365 or P52 challenges. This is  a little more creative inspiration to get your camera out and take a picture of something different.

Use #BPCaptures anywhere you are collecting your pictures, and get ready to CREATE!

All over our great nation temperatures are starting to rise. Lakes, rivers, and streams are thawing. Birds are returning and bird song is filling the air. In some areas spring is just a preview and the white fluffy stuff will rear it’s ugly head one or more times before winter says goodbye.

Today we’re going to give in to our spring fever.

You know you have it! Winter stretches out before us like a long shadow, and spring says hello in golden rays of sunshine. So throw open your windows of creativity and celebrate spring time… even if it is a little early.

How will you interpert spring fever today? Capture it and share it, I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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