Maybe it is like the second album of a band that had a very good first one. You have to choose continuing what you did or make something different. Learn more about Mephisto19’s May Rumble after the jump!
My March Rumble had way more submissions though the limit was less, maybe because there were less steps to do. In April you had to cook and take photos and write the instructions in the description.
So my May Rumble is more simple but I hope challenging enough for you. It is something that is in my mind for years. The theme is “What moves you?”
Now this can be seen in different ways. Is it simple physical movement like I am moved forward by my feet and legs, a car, a bus,… or do you see it as an emotional movement?
Please upload your moving photos and keep in mind:
Add all the meta data (this will be my mantra I guess).
Upload limit for this rumble is five photos (it is month five but do not expect to may upload six next month)
Of course only analogue, not digitally manipulated, tagged, located, camera added,…
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