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“The best camera is the one that’s with you.” Chase Jarvis
Don’t underestimate the power of that little point and shoot you’ve got in your hands… your camera phone. That’s where Hump Day Dump was born, a few of the things I capture with my phone that I never get around to clicking with my DSLR. Am I the best? Absolutely not, and Instagram is an amazing community with so many others that inspire me! But that doesn’t stop me from snapping some of my favorite moments without lugging around my big camera. All of my photos were taken on my iPhone. If you want to find me, I’m on Instagram as TabithaBlue and would love to “meet” you!
Welcome to our tradition here on Fresh Mommy Blog… on Wednesdays, when I try to be wordless, which doesn’t always happen, I’m just going to dump the previous week’s photos from my phone. Welcome to Hump Day Dump, we’d love to have you join, whether it’s one photo or many, phone pics or camera pics, wordless or not! So just grab a photo and link up with us! You can grab my button from the sidebar, but it’s not required. If you’d like to connect with some other great Wordless Wednesday participants, just click here or on one the thumbnails below. Don’t forget to link up below!
Tabitha has been named Tampa Bay's most influential mommy blogger and is the writer behind FreshMommyBlog.com as well as hosts her own online cooking show, KitchenWise . She has made appearances on Daytime TV and has been featured multiple times in print and online magazines, other blogs and websites. She's a sought after speaker and has represented many large brands as spokesmodel, including Mitsubishi Motors.
In her own words, "I want to live authentically with as much heart as I can muster, loving those around me to their fullest potential and biggest dreams. Yes, maybe a little dramatic, but living fiercely is part of my make up."