The August Break 2013

by Sarah July 26, 2013


Just four days until the beginning of August Break 2013. This will be my third year participating in this month long photographic adventure. The concept behind August Break is to set yourself free and take a break from your normal everyday to do list and take a break with your camera.

I love this month so much and have documented my progress here each year (2011 and 2012). This year Susannah has added some prompts to help out each day and I think I will try my hand at it. (I am usually not very good at a prompt a day type projects as I get distracted easily and forget the list etc.) but this will be good discipline for me and will be fun to share on the blog with everyone and add into the 100 Wednesdays Project.

Here are the prompts:


If you want to join in pop on over to Susannah’s site and sign up. Let me know if you do in the comments so I can follow you as well. Don’t forget to hashtag your images: #augustbreak2013. My daughter Emily is going to do this with me. How fun…

Have a great weekend everyone. See you on the other side.





The August Break 2013



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