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Photography Friday 36

Welcome to the Photography Friday Blog hop! This is a blog linkup that focuses on Photography, at any skill level or experience. Each week we want to encourage you to get out and take some photos! It doesn't matter what Camera you have - an iPhone, a DSLR, a film camera, an instax - Just get out and press that shutter! Blog about your photographic awesomeness and link up here to share it every friday. If you'd like feedback on something, leave a comment asking what you'd like to know and your host will be happy to provide you with some.

Each week we will choose a new Photographer to be featured! To be considered for next week, please link up your photography post below and make sure you are following your hosts & co-hosts. These two things will qualify you for being a featured photographer!

Kelly from Kelly Del Valle captured this amazing shot of a snail that I just fell in love with. Snails are pretty gross, so if you can make one look this cool by showing all that texture, you're pretty awesome! Super shot, Kelly!

001. Please follow your host/co-hosts and featured photographer!
002. Link up your blog post instead of your main blog URL.
003. Please link back to this link-up in your post, either with a text link or a button. The more people who link up each week means more people see your work, so please help us out any way you can :)
004. Visit and check out as many blogs as you can! Leave comments and love. This link-up is about community, so make some friends!

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  1. I love that photo of the post office. I work right across the street from a post office and went in it for the very first time last month to send something. It's such an old post office. It's so neat on the inside. I want to take my camera in there and take photos - just not sure if it's allowed.

  2. I am seriously in love with that pup <3

  3. Oh wow!! Thank you so much for featuring my photo, that's so exciting!!!
    & I love your succulent arrangement - just too gorgeous. I discovered a bed of aloe growing in my back yard today, I think I'm going to try and propagate some for indoor growing, since it's pretty AND useful!

  4. I love this kind of blog series! Great shots! :)



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