Have you ever heard the sayings “keep it simple” or “less is more?” If not, find out what they mean in this week’s #PPSimplicity challenge. We’re on the hunt for moments free from complexity, encompassing solitude, or possessing the most negative space possible.
Take us as well as guest judges @helinbereket, @dpc_photography_, & @urbanentdecker_ on a visual journey. From the simple life on an island or in the mountains to landscapes and architecture, share your emptiest of scenes filled with the most meaning.
- To enter:
- Share a photo/video that captures your most simplistic moments between February 16, 2020, and February 22, 2020, at 12 pm EST.
- Take us into the scene through a detailed caption describing what simplicity means to you.
- Tag #PPSimplicity and @passionpassport for a chance to be featured.
- 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 a feature.
We’ll announce the winner and honorable mentions the following week on our Instagram feed based on Quality of Image, Quality of Caption, and Creativity/Interpretation of the Theme.
For @passionpassport‘s #PPSimplicity challenge // “On a road trip with friends to the Oregon coast, we found this well-known and relatively short trail to hike in the forest around Mount Shasta and its neighboring cones, all active volcanoes in Northern California’s Cascades. After hiking, we took photos until the light was gone and returned to our campsite to talk and watch the stars. It was the perfect start of summer, spent with my friends in nature. The peaceful scene reminded me to appreciate the timing of life, and how certain moments align perfectly.”
Photo and words by: @dgsc / Mount Shasta, California, USA
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