Each Sunday, I post a new word. Use the word as a starting point for your creativity. Look through your image archives, or create a new photo, painting, drawing, story, poem etc. that you feel fits the theme.
- Create a new post on your blog titled “One Word Photo Challenge: (current week’s topic)”
- Include an image or images that you feel fit the theme
- Tag your post with “One Word Photo Challenge” so that others can find your contribution
- Have fun!
Links to your contribution will be shared on the next week’s post.
Don’t have a blog? No problem, post to any social media site and send me the link using the tags and usernames below.
OWPC flickr group
tags I track: #owpc, #one word photo challenge, #onewordphotochallenge, #jennifer nichole wells
Part III: People, Places & Things
I’m going to try mixing up some series here, for those of you who don’t like one or another. I mixed my ideas for the 3 different sections together alphabetically. So here we go, taking us through 2019. Obviously if we all get bored midway through there’s room for flexibility.
The 3 categories that the topics fall into…
People & Creatures
- Animal List A to Z
- Animals in Art and Symbolism
- Animal Symbolism in Art and Culture
- Plants Named After Animals
- Animals in Medieval Art
- Insect Themed Art Ideas (pinterest)
Places & Things
- The History of Found Objects in Art
- 10 Everyday Objects Beautifully Transformed into Works of Art
- Examples of Iconography
- Art Through Time, A Global View (artwork searchable by theme)
Be creative! You don’t actually have to share a picture of the literal word, find your own meaning. Maybe for ‘ant’ share an image of an antelope, a piece of fruit ants got into, a story, poem, drawing, etc. about an ant. It only has to make sense to you!
- Pig – June 10
- Pillow – 17
- Place – 24
- Plant – July 1
- Pool – 8
- Porcupine – 15
- Portrait – 22
- Positive – 29
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*While originally published January 2014, this post is constantly updated with the most current One Word Photo Challenge information.*