Hobby Lobby Challenge: Georgia Southern Style

Hobby Lobby Challenge: Georgia Southern Style

Noelle Walker

The Hobby Lobby Challenge has swept through the internet. It has crept up on your Facebook timeline, your Instagram wall, and your Twitter feed.

If you’re unfamiliar with the Hobby Lobby Challenge, it is where people go to Hobby Lobby and take professional looking photos with their artificial flowers.

I tried it with a few of my friends (Brent Breazeale, Ashton Christianson, and Andrea Kershaw), but with a Eagle Nation take on it: we went to Georgia Southern’s very own Botanic Gardens.  

All of these pictures were taken on my iPhone 8 Plus, and they turned out phenomenal.

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Andrea Kershaw

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Andrea Kershaw

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Andrea Kershaw Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Andrea Kershaw Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Ashton Christianson

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Ashton Christianson

The Botanic Garden is open to the public and FREE. They are opened Monday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Ashton Christianson Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Ashton Christianson Photographer: Noelle Walker

The Garden is located at 1505 Bland Ave, Statesboro, GA 30460

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Andrea Kershaw

Pictured: Noelle Walker Photographer: Andrea Kershaw

Pictured: Andrea Kershaw Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Andrea Kershaw Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured:Brent Breazeale Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Ashton Christianson Photographer: Noelle Walker

Pictured: Ashton Christianson Photographer: Noelle Walker

If you would like to join in the fun, take some photos of your own and tag @ReflectorGSU and #SouthernBotanicGardenChallenge on twitter!