Can you believe that the Share Six group has now been running for a year. Where does time go? This has been an exciting year of learning about each other, and sharing ideas and watching the Facebook and Instagram interaction grow. Thank you for sticking with us and sharing your beautiful images. We are continuously blown away by the amazing photos shared on these pages.
RESTORE is the theme for the month of March and this was chosen by Tori of Roots and Twigs Photography. Everyone of us at some point in our lives feels the need to restore. Tori shared her thoughts on why she chose this theme:
This late Winter/anxious-for-Spring period is often a highly reflective one for me, and it certainly is this particular year. While I look forward to seeing all of your various takes on the theme, my personal reason for choosing it is a multi-faceted view of renewal and restoration of many things, including Spring’s return, personal and mental health, relationships, and my physical home. I look forward to seeing what recharges you, what actions you are taking to restore facets of your lives, or any other way in which RESTORE speaks to you. We would love you to share why you chose your image for the theme RESTORE.
We are thrilled to have Mike Wade, our Featured Artist from the Music theme, join us as a guest blogger this month.
To view the Share Six photographers blogs you can click on each image or you can click on the first image and move from the first blog to the second by clicking on the link on the page that you are reading.
For the rest of the month of March and up until April 5th the theme is Restore.
We look forward to seeing your images on the topic Restore on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page. Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_restore. Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner. We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.
Look out for the new theme on April 6.