It´s every year the same – I open my notifications folder and am completely surprised to see that WordPress is congratulating me on another year of blogging. 🙂
This time it´s my 3rd anniversary and I have to admit that I never thought this would happen when I started my blog “Art Expedition” in 2015.
I want to thank all my friends and “followers” (still feels totally weird to use this word but there you go) for their wonderful friendship and support.
THANK YOU!!! 🙂 🙏 💕
And what better way to celebrate my anniversary than by creating a whole new challenge for all of us?
I had lots of fun doing the “7 Days B&W Photo Challenge” last time, but there was something that kind of bothered me, and that was, that the rules explicitly excluded photographing people.
As it happens I actually don´t have a problem with not photographing people, quite the contrary, I´m very happy to concentrate on architecture, cityscapes, flowers and animals.
But that´s just the thing: if I want to improve my photographing skills I have to learn to get out of my comfort zone sometimes and direct my lense on something much more challenging, don´t you agree?
And what could be more challenging than Street Photography?!
So this is my challenge: take up your cameras and go out to make some photos of people!
And just to be clear – you mustn´t know any of these people! So no staging with your better-half or some grandkids that happen to be completely incidentally and utterly conveniently around. 😉
Everyone´s invited to join me and I hope you´ll have lots of fun with this challenge!
And here are the rules of the “7 Days B/W Photo Challenge – Street Photography”:
- Thank the person who´s nominated/tagged you and provide a link to their blog.
- Go out and take pictures of complete strangers for 7 days in a row and post one of them each day of the challenge (you can also post 7 photos in one post if you´re more comfortable with this).
- The photos should be in b/w.
- Nominate as many people as you like
And here comes my first contribution to this new challenge of mine: