AP Month Photo Contest 2016

by Veena Kumaraswamy on September 20, 2016

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We’ve got a big idea for AP Month this year, but it depends on a collaboration with you – and all AP families!

Let’s build a photographic image-base of “harmony” together  – and share with the world!

The AP Month theme this year is “Word Power: Communicating for Connection” because we’re working toward building an antidote to the levels of global unrest, conflict and strife that saturates the media and, for far too many of us, is a daily reality.

Our AP Month theme this October focuses on how we aim to live and reflect the possibilities of a better way of life. We want to dig into the practicalities that give rise to more idealistic situations.  What can  we do  – and what do we already do – to live in harmony each day?

In gathering a photo-collage of harmony, we hope to inspire individuals, families and other organizations to continue the idea.

Guidelines to suMom and Clements grandbmit your photos for consideration:

  1. Send your photos to to apiphotos@attachmentparenting.org.
  2. Email subject should read “2016 AP Month photo event”
  3. Include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and phone number at the beginning of your message.
  4. Subjects in your photos need to give their permission to use the photo for these purposes.
  5. Preference will be given to personal, candid photos.
  6. There is no fee to participate.
  7. Submissions can be any size, black-and-white or color, and should be attached to the e-mail message as a JPG or TIF.
  8. Photos are reviewed for theme before they appear. Only one submission is necessary.
  9.  Contest opens October 1st 2016.Please “Heart” your favorite photo. The prize is the community that we build together, and we may use your photo in one of our publications!
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Veena Kumaraswamy (2 Posts)

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Hande October 18, 2016 at 11:41 am



Richard Croft October 30, 2016 at 11:29 am

That is one very sweet picture.


Christopher Gardner October 30, 2016 at 11:55 am

This is my favorite picture of Rachel and Paxton. He’s 3 days old. This is one of the first photos we took, as a new family, after having the hospital. Paxton was purely exhausted from feeding. Even now and every time since it was taken, when I gaze upon this photo, I am overcome with the same joy and sense of humble attachment I felt at that moment. It is my favorite photo.


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