Life Imitates Doodles Weekly Wednesday Giveaway #25


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To Enter: Answer the question below, at the Life Imitates Doodles blog Giveaway post (answers on Facebook & Instagram don’t count as an entry.

You’ve got the best camera in the world, all the accessories, the time and the money for month-long photo shoot anywhere in the world! Where would you go and what would be your subject?

One Winner will receive this Prize Package

  • one Hahnemühle Nostalgie Book
  • one 3 pack of Zebra Zensations Technical Pens
  • one Cat Pencil Pen Bag Pouch (this is the last of my Cat Pencil pouches!)

Thank you to Hahnemühle_USA for the Nostalgie Book and to ZebraPenUS for the pack of Zensations Technical Pens.

This Giveaway Ends Monday July 22, 2019 at 11:59 PM PDT.

Last week’s winner was:

JANE MACKUGLER says: July 12, 2019 at 19:13

Sure, I’d love to host an alien student. I sure hope that they would love to learn all about Zentangle and pickleball!

The winner has until Friday July 29, 11:59 PM PDT to send mailing information to the email list in the right sidebar. Please put ‘Weekly Wednesday Winner ‘ in the subject line so I’m sure to see your email.

There is a giveaway here each Wednesday. You don’t have to follow my blog to enter, but it will help you to remember to do it!

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Cat Pencil Pen Bag Pouch

47 comments

  1. I’d go to Iceland. I’ve never been, but have wanted to for a while now. With waterfalls, glacier lagoons, and the northern lights; it’ll be the perfect place for a month-long photo shoot.

  2. I would go to Hawaii, just because I’ve never been, and the subject would be me enjoying every minute of it! What a beautiful place to take photos of oneself, LOL!

  3. I’d go to Australia where my daughter and her family live. It’s so lush and beautiful there I could take a zillion photos of my grands and their parents all across the country! That would be so fun!

  4. I would love to travel Europe. There would be so many places to see and photograph to turn into paintings later.

  5. I have never been to Europe. Would photograph everything in Italy, England, Greece, France etc. flowers, people, the tourist traps, and everyday life there!

  6. I would love to go to countries where ancestors are from and take pictures of churches, villages, and farmlands that show my “roots!”

  7. That is easy – to Tempe to take photos of my adorable grandchildren! I can never have enough pics of them:) Plus we would take pics at the zoo, on walks and around the city!

  8. I would go to Iceland and I would take a horse backing trip and take photos of the sky, water, landscape, and the horses.

  9. The Alps would be my destination and my subject matter. I’d take pictures of the great houses, the beautiful, old buildings, the mountains, the people and the folk dancers of Italy, Austria and France in their native garb. It could be any time of year but I think I’d prefer summer best, when the cows are in the meadows and the sun is shining through blue skies.

  10. I’d go to Yosemite and photograph the wildlife and geological wonders with the intent of exploring and then sharing why protecting all of nature is crucial to the well being of Earth. Yes, it’s been done before but we still haven’t internalized the message, we still aren’t fixing the mess we’ve made.

  11. We lived and worked in Germany for 30 years and were able to travel often. I would go back to Europe and photograph so many places we didn’t get to and come home and draw castles until the ink runs out!

  12. I agree with Karen (above) with Maui. I went there in the early 70s, and was surprised by the waterfalls and all the beautiful nature. Of course a lot has changed because of volcanoes. Still, it’s the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen.

  13. I would love to go to Norway and maybe a few other places in Denmark and Poland and photograph all of those places where my family came from! Of course that would involve a lot of getting up in the mountains. One of my grandmas was a goat girl, like Heidi, She lived with her uncle and from snow melt to snow fall she was up on top of the mountain above her uncle’s house. I have photos of that place and have found it on Google Drive! It has always fascinated me!

  14. I would go to Finland and Sweden, I have former exchange students (now women)that I would love to visit and photograph and their countries!

  15. I’ve always dreamed of the Swiss Alps and my subject would be the beautiful mountains and nature.

  16. Im torn between Japan and South Korea. I would love to take photos of everything. lol. These places just look so amazing from what I’ve seen in other people’s photos and videos. I would love to be able to experience it myself, and share it with the rest of the world. ^-^

  17. I’d love to photograph cats as my subject! It would be a hard choice of where would make the best photo shoot, but I’m thinking the cats of Japan as it was one of the coolest places I’ve ever lived.

  18. I would go to the Scandinavian countries(my heritage) and photograph historical sites for a book on Vikings that I have wanted to do for quite sometime now.

  19. I would like to go back to New Zealand and photograph all of the natural beauty there or to the Amalfi Coast in Italy (so picturesque!)

  20. I am caught between Costa Rica’s cloud forest and the land of my youth, Palehua Mountain’s James Campbell Forest Reserve, on the end of the Waianae Range. The trees, all the shades of green, light and shadow, contrasting terrain, both dramatic and gentle, the scent of growth, all of these call to me.

  21. Oh wow, where to go with the best camera and accessories in the world for a month? So many fabulous places but, I think I would go to Africa and travel from North to South Africa catching shots of all the wide ranges of culture that is within that continent. From the various people, landscapes, food, animals, houses, families and everything in between. I would go capture pictures of places I lived as a child in Morocco. I would share this journey of capturing photos on land, water, in the sky where ever I could, with my 3 children & 4 grandchildren along the way. What a way to preserve some beautiful memories when you have wonderful equipment at your fingertips! Then I would have my artistic little 7 year old granddaughter make more memories with me by recreating/drawing pictures in the Hahnemühle Nostalgie Book with the Zebra Zensation technical pens. We would all have so much fun taking pictures on our African culture journey to show the world all the diversity they should go check out! Thank you!

  22. I would love to go and take pics of my fav wildlife in Sydney australia and take pics of cockatoos, kookaburras, cockatiels , koalas, and kangaroos

  23. I would love to travel to Australia..and visit the wildlife that is there as well as the plush greenery…My subjects would be all the stuff around me there.

  24. Ireland and Scotland would be my first choice to photograph castles and cemeteries. Such beauty and history there.

  25. I would love to go to Ireland and visit my blogging friend there who takes gorgeous pictures herself of her neck of the woods. We share a lot of creative interests and I would love sharing time with her and seeing what I’ve seen in the photographs that she shares. It would be hard to choose one subject as there is beautiful architecture as well as nature.

  26. I would go to Iceland and experience and photograph all the natural features, like waterfalls, mountains, rocky beaches, and hot springs. I’d also like to meet and photograph some of the people and Icelandic horses!

  27. A month-long travel through Europe and Asia to photograph plant and ancient buildings (especially ancient stone buildings with plants growing amongst them.)

  28. I would travel through Ireland and photograph all the old churches. I have always been intrigued by churches and the people who had filled them and the stories they could tell.

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