There can be so many ups and downs when traveling, it’s important to stay #PPCentered! This week’s challenge theme is all about composition.

Guest judges @aljvd@kemikulz & @puanindya are joining in, so check their feeds for inspiration and follow the guidelines below to enter!


  1. Post or re-post photos/videos according to your interpretation of the theme between Tuesday, August 28th and 11:59am EST on Sunday, September 2nd*.
  2. Tag #PPCentered in your caption (if in the comments, we may miss it).
  3. Take us into the moment with you in your caption by sharing 3-4 sentences.
  4. Check the sample below, get creative, and get going!

*NOTE: Entries must be posted or re-posted (i.e. you cannot simply ‘tag’ an older photo/video) from a public account during the challenge period. Those posted from private accounts and/or posted outside of the challenge period will NOT be considered eligible for feature.

We’ll announce the winner and honorable mentions Monday, September 3rd on our Instagram feed based on Quality of ImageQuality of Caption, and Creativity/Interpretation of the Theme.


Magnifying Glass of Drangarnir, Faroe Islands
Photo by: @kaiserldn Drangarnir, Faroe Islands

For @passionpassport‘s #PPCentered challenge // As the weather was in our favor, my girlfriend and I decided to hike to Drangarnir and Tindhólmur, a natural sea stack formation and an islet west of Vágar in the Faroe Islands. We didn’t have any information about the route other than a low-quality picture of a map we had found online. About halfway into the hike, we got terribly lost. Tired and frustrated, we considered calling it a day — but then, we spotted a fellow hiker who pointed us in the right direction. Finally, the two long-awaited islets came into view. Although we decided we were too tired to finish the full trek, I was overcome by a feeling of pride and relief as I took in the surrounding scene. In an effort to bring the view closer to me, I used my magnifying glass. The sight of the unusual but magnificent islets, the sound of the birds flying overhead, and the smell of the sea being carried by the wind reminded me how truly beautiful nature can be..

Photo and words by: @kaiserldn Drangarnir, Faroe Islands


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