Six-Word Caption Contest: Unforgettable Photos #2

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Congratulations to Six-Word scribe who goes by “Joe” for winning week one of our Unforgettable Caption Contest with his six words, “Older but wiser, Wendy still flies.” Check out all of the entries from last week.

Week two continues with another stunning image taken from George Lange and Scott Mowbray’s newly-released book, The Unforgettable Photograph: 228 Ideas, Tips, and Secrets for Taking the Best Pictures of Your Life.

Leave your best sixes for a chance to win a Six-Word Memoir book and to be entered into a raffle for our grand prize–a 45-minute photo lesson and critique from George Lange himself via phone or iChat/Google Hangout.

You can leave up to six entries and read about finer contest details here.

Good luck! We can’t wait to see what six word symphonies you sixers have for the second week!


63 Comments » for Six-Word Caption Contest: Unforgettable Photos #2
  1. SRP says:

    Don’t underestimate me. I’m tenacious too.

  2. Cathy Pendola says:

    I’m smiling! Take the picture already!

  3. Peter Burroughs says:

    CAAAAAAN YOU FEEEEEEL THE LOOOOOOVE TONIIIIIIGHT?!?!?!

  4. chris says:

    Yeah! That hits the right spot!

  5. Trix95 says:

    The wascally wabbit will be MINE!

  6. Jonathan Red says:

    I love this laughing trick, man!

  7. Jonathan Red says:

    You people just crack me up!

  8. Jonathan Red says:

    I told you to sniff first!

  9. Loon says:

    Hey, check out my money maker!

  10. Ushasri says:

    God! Can you hear my prayer?

  11. -K- says:

    Can a dog get a lick?

  12. -K- says:

    I am opening wide saying ahhhh…

  13. -K- says:

    Hurry up I REALLY gotta go…

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