Everyday Creative’s Project 52 – Week 27

Photography Project 52 – Week 27 – Sunset

What is Project 52? – Take one picture this week using the weekly theme of Peaceful to prompt your creativity.

  •  Why do it? – We hope to improve our picture taking skills, become more creative & make friends in the process! 

  •  Weekly themes will be posted each Thursday morning.  You are encouraged to share your images in the comments and on our Facebook page, or Facebook group.  All skill levels are welcome as this is an opportunity to share and learn together no matter when we start out.  We’ll do shout outs and favorite shares from the prior weeks assignments on Facebook and on our weekly theme articles.

With Heidi’s schedule we’ve decided it would be awesome for me to take over doing the commentary each week.  Super excited to share with ya’ll either my thoughts, Kesti’s or both of ours on each weeks theme!

I love how this week we mostly used our creativity to take images around sunset though we did draw from the archives to give you an extra pretty sunset to look at! The rest of the commentary today is from Kesti!

The sun sets every evening without fail, and yet for some reason, I had the hardest time remembering to take a picture this week!  Consequently, I had to look back a few months for a sunset picture I took while in Oregon.  This is the view from my parent’s front porch.

This dog. He entertains us daily with his comically adorable face and funny antics. He may be wide of girth and low to the ground, but when motivated, this boy can move!  This isn’t a sunset image exactly, but the sun was in the process of setting when the picture was taken. So it counts, right?
My dad’s picture is so beautiful with its soft and dreamy look.  It brings to mind pure happiness at the end of a lovely day.
Shannon’s sunset was covered with clouds, but the warmth of the rays is evident in the rosy glow on her daughter’s hair.
I love the perspective of this shot and the storytelling that is going on here.  Apparently, her youngest was having a rough day and was either looking for a hug from his sister or trying to annoy her.  Either way, I’m amused by her half-hearted, one-armed hug and her exasperated expression.  Real life in action.


Heidi had much the same take as Shannon with just as few chances to grab a traditional sunset, she opted for an entertaining and fantastic image of her daughter!  Love the blue tongue and sky reflected in her eyes.


Please feel free to jump on board with Everyday Creative’s Project 52 anytime!  We would love to see your images for this weeks prompt of Sunset!  Share in the comments, on our Facebook page or join our Facebook group.  

Here is the list of all our past prompts with links to the articles to see more of our image shares.



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