#ShelterWithSnapwire: MicroMoments

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Whether we like it or not, COVID19 has slowed us down. As we now are asked to stay home and develop new routines, the small daily occurrences have become more admired and noticeable.

For this week's #ShelterWithSnapwire capture the sweet simplicity in your day. Notice how the light changes in your rooms, the houses on your afternoon walks, shapes and patterns of everyday objects you would be too busy to notice before. It is a privilege to be able to shelter in place to stay safe, photograph what you are thankful for.

Stay safe, creative, and happy!

Reminder of Guidelines:

COVID-19 has the world quarantined, social distancing, & facing the bleak reality that most "normalcy" in our lives has come to a halt.

To fill that creative & human void, we are launching weekly challenges to creatively motivate  while spreading positivity through our community. Just because you are stuck at home, does not mean your art has to be put on pause.

New challenges will be launched on Wednesday, lasting 7 days, with all themes relating to activities you can do while practicing safe social distancing.

Similar to standard SW Challenges, photos will be nominated and selected for our marketplace, but 3 winning images will be purchased.

Use the tag #ShelterWithSnapwire on social media for a chance to be featured on our accounts.

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