This week’s prompt in our Project 52 group is one of my favorites because it’s so interpretive. I love seeing all the different ways in which each photographer utilized the idea of hope in their photography this week. Because each photo has its own interpretation, I decided to include the reason behind the photo beneath each one featured this week.
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By Lynette Smith
“In the midst of a storm of darkness, there is always light breaking through to guide your way. Light will always overpower the dark.”
By Becky Charvat Weidenkopf
“I have hope that someday no one will live this way.”
By Amy Beeler
“Hope for a less dry rest of our winter here in Northern Arizona.”
By Kittavong Inthasak
“A baby is a flower of HOPE, a song of eternity, and a promise of love and beauty of humanity.”
By Rachel Gibbons
“One of a father’s greatest hopes is a lifetime of love and happiness for his little girl.”