How much fun was last month’s ‘Show Me Your…’ photo challenge!? I got to see fantastic photographs, taken by you, showcasing all your baby animals. Congratulations again to ‘Let There Be Peace’ for winning!
This month’s theme…
Show Me Your Gardens!
If you’re like us, you’re up to your elbows in green tomatoes, zucchinis are just beginning to come off, and peas, greens, broccoli, and lettuce is in abundance! There’s so much going on in the garden right now, it’s hard to keep my head on straight. So instead of weeding, mulching, harvesting, and staking like I should be doing, let’s do another photo contest instead!
Show Me Your…
Watch out for the Show Me Your… posts! I’ll pick different themes (ie: cows, goats, gardens, farm kids, home studs, preservation efforts, etc.) and then YOU are free to email me your best photographs of the theme! I’ll sort through the photographs, choose my top picks, and then post them right here on The Elliott Homestead for our readers to vote on. The winner will receive a selection of my favorite essential oils! I can’t WAIT to see the photographs of y’alls farms, animals, and lives!
This week’s theme: Show Me Your Garden!
Photograph Submission Deadline: June 30th
Email me your photographs: [email protected], Subject Line: “Show Me Your Garden”
*When you submit the photographs, please make sure they’re a high resolution photograph so that the quality can carry through this world wide web. *
Watch out for next week’s Show Me Your Baby Animals Post and see if your photograph made my top picks! And thank you for being a part of this wonderful community of homesteaders and readers. I love and appreciate you all! Thanks for making this life colorful.
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