Sunday, January 13, 2008

Foot / Loose

This week's challenge is Foot / Loose. Hopefully this one will be a little easier than last week's challenge.

This challenge ends on 19:00 UTC Sunday January 20, 2008.

That is Sunday noon EST, 1pm CST, 7 pm in the UK, and Monday 8 am in New Zealand. And lest this sound strict, you know we would be pleased at any time to have your entry. We really aren't rule-oriented.

Remember anyone can join, just post your entries on your blog and leave us a comment here.

7 comments:

Bobbie said...

Done! You were right, it was much easier to come up with something.

Bev said...

I might do a picture of three French fancy cakes and let the viewer get the implications of 'Footloose and fancy free' but I think that's just getting silly. And probably stretching the very flexible rules of the challenge to their limits because I don't think you can actually do one where the words are not in the pictures but in the mind of the observer lol

D.C. Confidential said...

Bev: Actually, I was thinking Fancy / Free would be next week's challenge. So, you're thinking along the right lines!

That said, as the home page of the blog states, the rules are only "so-called." To quote Captain Barbossa in Pirates of the Caribbean, "They're more like guidelines than actual rules."

Besides, if I can photograph buildings to depict Plain / Peanut, I don't think it's too much of a stretch to do what you're suggesting. I say go for it!

(And speaking of challenges, I need to get on the ball and find subjects for this week's...)

That said

Sandollar said...

Done mine!

dianeclancy said...

Hi Everyone,

Here is my Foot Loose
http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2008/01/18/two-things-challenge-footloose/

Bev, my idea is foot loose, meaning fancy free ... so I sure hope it IS allowed!!

Why set limits on ourselves? If we stray the group will let us know.

Looking forward to seeing peoples.

~ Diane Clancy
www.dianeclancy.com/blog

Bev said...

Couldn't find any French Fancies at the shop, only Viennese Whirls, which although quite fancy are probably stretching the meaning of the words of the challenge a point too far. So I have done very straightforward one instead.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

I'm playng too:)
Had trouble posting comments yest so hope I am not too late!