After a lovely break from The Gallery last week, during which I kicked back and wiggled my toes and basked in the (sometimes) sunshine, we’re back with a rather predictable theme.
However, before I reveal it, I should tell you that I wasn’t entirely absent from your photographs during that week. I was having a root through all your former Gallery entries. Enjoying the amazing body of work we now have behind us. It really is quite magnificent.
And the reason I was rooting through all your old posts was because I have been asked to give a talk about The Gallery at this year’s Cybermummy conference at the end of this month!
I’m not one for public speaking AT ALL. I’m even less of one for blowing my own trumpet.
But then I thought, actually, it’s not my trumpet I will be blowing at all. It will be yours. Sure I can tell you how I launched The Gallery, why I did it, how I’ve kept it running for so long.
But at the heart of it is your photographs, your words, your involvement.
And so if you have any particular favourites which stand out for you (not your own), I would be delighted if you could share them with me in the comments below.
And for those who are going, I’ll see you at the Blogger-to-Blogger Inspiration session at about 2.20pm where I will be speaking alongside Maggie at Red Ted Art, Rachel from Tales from the Village and Claire and Lucy from Crumbs.
And if you want some tips and hints on how to improve your photography, you should pop along to my lovely friend Jay’s photography workshop at around 12.15pm.
So, back to this week’s theme.
As next weekend is about the men here in the UK, it’s pretty obvious that the theme should be: Dads.
You’re children’s dad, your dad, father in laws, grandpas . . . . Let’s give a big Gallery love in to the men.
Come back on Wednesday to add your link when The Gallery post goes up. Then visit as many of the other entries as you can to see what they’ve come up with.
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