#1Day12Pics April

Yesterday I took part in Aprils #1day12pics challenge. #1day12pics is a monthly challenge taking place on a different day on the first week of each month. After taking part in last month’s challenge I wanted to do something different with the challenge this month to keep it fresh. Yesterday I took all the pictures, once again, on my phone but kept one element of each image the same. For this I chose one of My Gogos, a small plastic figure that I use as tokens for games during lessons.


Mornings can be so hard


Time for breakfast


Time to Play with macro shots, extension tubes are at the ready.


Getting up close to an orchid. 


Time to edit


Walking to work in the sun


Teaching with a lot of listening exercises today.


Need to so the washing up.


Better check out my twitter feed.


Time to eat


Swimming in cider


The end of the day, watching the Lone Ranger

All images were shot on a Galaxy S3 and edited using either; Pixel-o-matic, Pixlr Express or Snapseed. All images were originally shared on Instagram

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2 thoughts on “#1Day12Pics April

    • Thats why I take part in it really. I love photography but I feel sometimes there is no fun. #1day12pics is a great challenge once a month to just have fun.

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