Phogropathy’s Photo Share – #25

It’s that time of the week again where I take a step back from sharing my own photos and instead feature some of the work from the people who read this site. It’s always fun to see what kinds of subjects and genres of photography I’ll see each week as it’s a completely open and freestyle platform.

Are You Interested in Taking Part?

Whether you’re someone who snaps the shutter every single day or someone who’s camera collects a layer of dust between outtings Phogropathy’s Photo Share is a place where you can share your photos.

By allowing submissions through Flickr, Facebook and Twitter I think I have made it as easy as possible for everyone to take part in this series. Simply use the links below to find the locations in which I accept submissions to the PPS series – I look forward to seeing what you’ve been clicking!

And like I mentioned above, it’s completely freestyle as far as the kinds of photographs you can submit. Of course there are limits to what I can post here so keep it appropriate and make sure it’s your own work. :)

And Now Week 25’s Photo Share!

Photo By: Debby Curtis on Flickr
love the shapes....
Photo By: Loomie34 on Flickr
from breakable to shapeless;;
Photo By: Beth K on Flickr
Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
Photo By: Judith Arnold Marshall on Facebook
Unknown Dragonfly - By Judith Arnold Marshall

Thank You for Sharing Your Photos

Thanks so much everyone for taking the time to share your photos with me! This series can’t keep going without your awesome photography so I’m very happy to have so many people eager to share their work with me.

I know a lot of people look forward to this segment as it gives a lot of different perspectives on photography and certainly helps to inspire others to find new and different kinds of photographic subjects or styles. Not to mention who doesn’t like seeing their name appear on another website?

Keep on sending me your snaps and I’ll keep this series going as long as I can.

Please take a second to share this post on Facebook or Twitter or whichever social network you prefer to share on. It will not only help new people find the PPS series, but it will get as many eyes on the four featured photographers above. Thanks for visiting and have a great week of snapping photographs!

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