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I ♥ Faces Photo

There's this blog that has weekly photo challenges and such. I don't know much about it, nor do I actually know how I bumped into the blog but one of the challenges was 'Angles' and I thought to myself... I have a picture that fits perfectly into that theme!

I figured I'd try and enter the contest, just for fun--except...

The contest was already closed.

Dang, there goes my one chance at greatness.

Then I got an email from a blogging buddy who is having a link party. Theme: Posts You Didn't Get Up In Time/ Old News.


So here is my entry for 'Angles' (that I'm sure most of you have seen):

Beautiful Remewin discovering a 'friend' in the mirror.

What do you think? I totally should have won, huh?


What would I do without blogging prompts?

P.S. Want to know how I made the ♥ ? If you are on a laptop you push function+alt+L (which is the function #3) all at the same time and voila ♥ ---nifty.


merrianne said…
that is such a great picture!!!!
Mamarazzi said…
A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E...seriously so cute!!
Cecily R said…
I always have great intentions to enter the I Heart Faces challenges and never make it on time.

This would have been a GREAT entry!! She's adorable!
Vivienne said…
Darling photo! Just adorable.

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