WordPress Wednesday – 8 Free Responsive WordPress Themes

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The Creative Project

A few weeks ago I posted a WordPress Wednesday post called WordPress Wednesday – 10 Responsive WordPress Themes that featured 5 free and 5 paid for responsive themes, So for this WordPress Wednesday post I went on the searching path to find 8 free responsive WordPress themes that didn’t make the list.

1. Respo

Respo is a free amazing responsive WordPress Theme by Themnific that comes with a clean, sleek and customizable design. This theme is responsive which mean it able to adapt its layout to the screen size of your visitors. Even the sliders for this theme is responsive too and it works great on mobile device like iPad or iPhone.

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30 day blog challenge day twelve

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Magik Life

Day 12 – Find a photo of a bedroom that inspires you and discuss why.

I love this! I don’t know why, and that’s the whole point of this post! Its just amazingly beautiful, tugs my heart strings. I would be in love with this room if it were mine, I would never want to leave it.. and the tub! SCORE! Its amazing and perfect in my eyes.. I love Victorian style, and this happens to be Gothic Victorian. Enjoy!

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Behind the Mask

Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Photos taken by Sara, 23, who has experienced major anxiety and panic attacks. She has lived through mental abuse, physical abuse, and social abuse in her past. More recently, she has been rushed to the hospital three times for severe rapid heartbeat and near loss of consciousness, and was told on all occasions it was due to anxiety. She has since been prescribed Xanax, and is in the process of coming to terms.

About these photos: For many years I have watched my mom suffer from depression, and lately have been diagnosed with anxiety and panic attacks myself. I feel like for many years I hid the pain I felt and the hardships I was going through and it manifested itself into a painful and awful panic disorder that I cannot seem to get rid of no matter how positive I am or how much I love myself. I still…

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Heather Benning’s Life-Size Dollhouse

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Canadian Art Junkie

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Heather Benning’s life-size  dollhouse- a popular entry in last year’s Contact Photography Festival – is now a burned ruin. The western Canadian artist torched it, saying she plans an exhibition called Death of the Dollhouse.  See more on the WP blog ReadReidRead, where the story about Benning’s act of fire originated.  (The rest of this post is Canadian Art Junkie’s original piece on Benning’s work, last year)

Benning’s life-size dollhouse began on an abandoned farm in rural Manitoba and was on exhibit in Toronto’s Contact Photography Festival last spring. Her 30 photos provided a look through an entire wall of Plexiglas, revealing rooms now restored with decor from the time the house was abandoned in 1968.

-Reshingling the roof

Kitchen Sideboard before Restoration

The contrast in the exterior and interior speak to themes surrounding the passage of time, childhood play, memory, reclamation and nostalgia. The Dollhouse delves deeply…

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Finding the Strength to Get Out

Just a reminder of how cathartic photography can actually be…

Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Photo taken by Serena Pirredda from Genova, Italy. She has suffered for many years with depression, and symptoms of borderline personally disorder.

About this photo: Too often I felt out of place. There was always something wrong with me, with the way I looked and the way I behaved. I always felt like everybody was better than me. It’s still hard to explain, I was confused and I kept blaming myself for all the misfortunes of my life, I was feeling the weight of the world on my shoulders. I used to lock myself in my room spending whole days in the dark crying and commiserating me. I was anorexic, out of energy, I didn’t feel like going out with friends and I barely talked to them. I was alone. Well, that’s what I thought. My family and my closest friends helped me everyday to make it through, they taught…

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