Cans for Comments!


It’s that time of year again!

The mornings are crisper. The air a little chillier. The seasonal specials are rockin’ Starbucks. The Christmas music is just about everywhere. The holidays are upon us!

It was so fun to give back to the community last year with this fun project, that I’m doing it again this year! Click here for last year’s post.

Comments light up my day, (well, any traffic to my blog lights up my day), and so to say thanks, I’ve been inspired by other photographers across the country and from our neighbors to the north!

Last year, Chris+Lynn started sharing the love with Cans for Comments! Thanks for the inspiration guys! My friend Amy Karp posted her Cans for Comments post and reminded me it was that time of year again!

For every blog comment we receive anywhere on this site, starting today through December 15th, we will donate 1 can to the North Texas Food Bank. Let’s stomp our hunger in North Texas! You don’t have to be from Texas to leave a comment. Just access to the Internet! Now get commenting blog readers and blog stalkers!

Other blogs you can leave comments for cans:

Think Photographics, Redding Photographers, Andrea Murphy Photography, Kristel Wyman, Chris + Lynn, Lori Miles, The Bebbs, Blue Olive, CJ Scott, Erin Gilmore, Amber Hughes, Jamie Delaine, Tracy Heppner, Michael Wachniak, John Heil, Christine Tremoulet, Amy Karp, Runway Boudoir


Are you a photographer or blogger interested in participating? Visit Cans for Comments for more information.


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  • Reply Rosaura 11.30.2009 at 4:40 pm

    I’m leaving you some love! Thank you for being so awesome and giving and talented! :)

  • Reply amy karp 11.30.2009 at 4:53 pm

    Yay Catie! You used the logo I made 😉

  • Reply Kathleen Burkhalter 11.30.2009 at 6:22 pm

    Up here we have “Food for Fines” and the library takes a dollar off of fines for every can. You know your dear family up here takes a grocery bag to the library every year.

    I love your blog, I love your work. I love how you reinvented yourself in two blinks of an eye. I can’t remember what you did before you started photography. What a great year you’ll have in 2010.


    Auntie Kathleen

  • Reply Stephie 11.30.2009 at 9:07 pm

    Sooo… if I were to leave let’s say 20 comments, would you donate 20 cans?

  • Reply Javier Mendoza 12.01.2009 at 8:41 am

    Thank you so much for giving back ! I think it is a great idea!

  • Reply La Meche 12.01.2009 at 1:38 pm

    Go Catie Go! You continue to bring out the good and inspire real people. OUt of this many people will turn to their local communities and find a way to give back. Thanks for the awareness and continued inspiration… I will look for a food kitchen and donate my time again this year and help feed the homeless at Christmas time.

  • Reply Alicia Stepp-Woody 12.01.2009 at 1:46 pm

    YAYY!! :) I am so excited to be a part of this as well!
    What an awesome concept!

  • Reply whitney elizabeth 12.01.2009 at 2:40 pm

    this is so awesome what you’re doing!! yay catie!!! :)

  • Reply Jen Chen 12.01.2009 at 5:30 pm

    catie come back to california and donate cans here. .. it’s cool you’re doing it in texas though.

  • Reply Meredith Perdue 12.01.2009 at 6:03 pm

    What a great project! I will definitely be sure to come back and comment often!

  • Reply Kelly Simants 12.01.2009 at 10:59 pm

    This is so awesome, Catie! I love that you and Amy are doing this!

  • Reply Kelly S. 12.02.2009 at 1:16 pm

    This is a great idea, Catie!!

  • Reply Ashley 12.02.2009 at 4:16 pm

    Nice cans, Catie. Lol. :)

  • Reply Jess 12.04.2009 at 11:25 am

    You are so good Catie :) Happy Holidays!

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