Photo captions, also known as cutlines, are a few lines of text used to explain or elaborate on published photographs. In some cases captions and cutlines are distinguished, where the caption is a short (usually one-line) title for the photo, while the cutline are a longer, prose block under the caption, generally describing the photograph, giving context, or relating it to the article.
Captions more than a few sentences long are often referred to as a "copy block". They are a type of display copy. Display copy also includes headlines and contrasts with "body copy", such as newspaper articles and magazines. Source: Wikipedia
Okay, you all know the drill. Do as many captions as you wish and I'll pick first, second and honorable mention the first part of the week. Just have a great time. I'm not using the Linky this week because most of you don't seem to care for it too much. Your wish is my command.
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