K'lee and Dale's Cosmic Photo Challenge, prompt challenge, creating a challenge

What’s the Prompt: Five Ways To Friday

K'lee and Dale's Cosmic Photo Challenge, prompt challenge, creating a challenge
… dreaming of a new prompt…

 

Another Friday, another brain-storming inside my mind in an attempt to come up with a challenge my buddy Dale and I haven’t yet offered for our weekly, ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’.

As many of you know, the actual challenge happens on Mondays. We’ve been using Fridays as a way to give you an entire weekend to think about what you’d like to create for said challenge and possibly give some portion of your weekend to building that all important challenge post.

As I started putting this post together, a question popped up in my head:

What are five ways to say Friday from around the globe?

I could have sworn I heard bells ringing, but… well maybe not. Still, I figured not only would I answer the question, but I’d also use it as the Monday challenge to you all.

here it is:

Below, you’ll find five ways Friday is said around the world. Your task- should you accept it- is to choose one of the five, then with the help of the chosen country, create a post and a photo related to what people in that country equate to Friday!

Swahili – Ijummaa

Croatian – Petak

Turkish – Cuma

Hausa – Jumma’a

Indonesian – Jumat

I know what you’re thinking: Why such a different challenge from what you’ve been offering in the past?

To which I’d say: No particular reason other than to make things a bit more challenging!

Feeling ready to create? Good. Make your post, copy the URL address of it and paste it into the comment section of Monday’s ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ post either here on Obzervashunal or at Dale’s blog. Lastly, add the tag #CosPhoChal to your tag section on your post and you’re siphelile! (finished in Zulu!)

K’lee L. © 2016

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