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Today’s Mad Pic Lab word is: Conductor. 

A huge thank you to Anne who covered for me the last two days while I was in the hospital. As fun as this project is, its not easy to do while under anesthesia and/or the influence of morphine. But where there’s a too-high-to-function Mad Art Labber, there’s a MAL Buddy to help. Because we’re a team.

If you ever want to start planning ahead for the next day’s photos, be sure to click the Mad Pic Lab link at the top of every post. That link will take you to the original post with the complete list.

Now, on to yesterday’s Kinetic, and, as always, you can see all the submissions on Pinterest, and don’t forget to tag your Twitter submissions with #MadPicLab.
I’ve made one request so far in this project, and its that Surly Amy’s “kinetic” was a photo of her new puppy Rocket. Request granted. Happiness ensues.

Above Source: Surly Amy via Anne on Pinterest


Source: Chris Downey via Anne on Pinterest


Source: Emily Dietle via Anne on Pinterest

And Mine:

Source: Elyse Anders via Anne on Pinterest




Featured image via GiGi Chickee, a cool lady I found on Twitter via this project! Yay for cool ladies and cool photos!




Elyse MoFo Anders is the bad ass behind forming the Women Thinking, inc and the superhero who launched the Hug Me! I'm Vaccinated campaign as well as podcaster emeritus, writer, slacktivist extraordinaire, cancer survivor and sometimes runs marathons for charity. You probably think she's awesome so you follow her on twitter.

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  1. I wanted to thank you for this project. I do get hired as a photographer and so I’m usually taking photos of people. I’ve never really been into photographing objects or landscape or nature, so this project has made me think outside of my comfort zone and really get the creative juices flowing. My kids, my husband, and I are always thinking “What’s tomorrow’s word for the art project?” I dare say I will be a bit sad when it’s all over…

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