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New Look, New Focus

Hey neighbors!!

Over the next few weeks I am looking at making a few changes.  I want to focus more on certain topics as well as possibly update the look.  I am posting some pictures here, that we might use as a button, or as a background.  Take a look, and leave a comment.  I am going to choose one comment randomly and giveaway a gift card.

So take a look at the pictures.  You can tell me which one you like best, and if you like the color/style of a different photo, let me know that too.

One

Two

Three

Four

Five

This is not a Rafflecopter giveaway, I will just use a random number app and choose that comment.  Please leave an email to contact you if necessary.

Comments

Susie's Reviews said…
My favorite is #5 because it shows your faces.
DEBIJOT said…
I like the look of picture #1 - it seems to draw you in.
Tracie Cooper said…
My favorite is #5 because it shows emotion and connection! My email is traciemcooper0515@gmail.com
Nancy said…
Picture # 1 is my favorite because it seems more spontaneous.
Rusthawk said…
I like 5 the best. Somehow it is more personable and more relatable.
Shelley P said…
I like picture number one best. It looks like a fun (with one lady laughing), relaxed conversation between neighbors :)
ewhatley said…
My favorite is #5 because it has a closer focus on people rather than the surroundings.
Glogirl said…
I like photo #3 because of the brightness of the photo and bringing out the blue in the shirt. It also looks really casual, exactly like you would look if you were talking to your neighbour over the fence.

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scottsgal said…
I like #1 - just looks very natural, not staged
andrea v said…
I like number three

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