52 Weeks Of Photo Challenges

A theme based photo blog

25. A Little Red Dot


Anyone who knows me well can tell you I can be a bit of a wise guy! That will help to explain why I chose “A Little Red Dot” for my first photo theme. While I am so excited to be a part of this challenge it has been anything but easy to decide which theme to begin with!

Thank you to Josh at Staples for letting me dismantle the Easy Button display for the sake of my 1st blog photo. Image


Author: Mindy Towns

Hi, my name is Mindy Towns, I live in Lakewood Ranch, Florida. Along with several friends I have been participating in a weekly, theme based, photo blog since August 2012. Each year we receive a new list of 52 themes. We then post a photo each week that fits one of the themes along with a brief description about why we feel the photo fits the theme. Over the years I have learned a lot about my camera, new photography technics and also a lot about my fellow bloggers. I've peeked into their homes, met their families and traveled to exotic places through their photos. This year I am challenging myself further by trying to become even more creative in my posts. I found the cutest little Playmobil person complete with a camera and a little dog. She is going to be my little personal assistant over the coming months. I'm going to use many of the photo skills I have learned from participating in the photo challenge along with some new photoshop tools I have been practicing. I hope you will continue to follow my blog as I change things up a bit this year. Perhaps some of you will raid someones toy chest or toss something cute into your Target shopping cart and get a little silly with me. If you want to see examples of my grown up photography please visit one of my links listed on this blogs home page!

6 thoughts on “25. A Little Red Dot

  1. How Funny! When I went down the list, I also thought of the Staples button, but not in the same manner you did. You lead off with a winner.

  2. Well…that was EASY! ;>)

  3. Great job on your first post, Mindy. The shallow depth of field is perfect for this photo.

  4. Good job. I figured you’d be the 1st to post! Great imagination.

  5. Creative and simple – good job – I am still pontificating and sweating it out!

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