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Three Speed April 2022 Challenge, Week Three: Three Speeds in Nature

Foster Floodplain, 12 Jan 2022. Olympus Pen EES-2, Fuji Superia Premium 400

Hello, Friends of Three Speeds! Thank you to the folks that have participated in the first two weeks of this year’s Three Speed April Challenge! A recap of the first two weeks is forthcoming. Now it is time to reveal the theme for Week Three, which is Sunday April 10 through Saturday April 16 (all times local):

Three Speed in Nature

What do I mean? I want your (or someone else’s) three speed in a nature-like setting. Yes, there has to be a three (or four, or five) speed bike recognizably in the shot. Yes, there can be people, too. The “nature-like” setting is open for interpretation. It doesn’t have to be the forest, or the wilderness, or have a mountain or the ocean in the backdrop, but it sure as well can. But it can just be a field, the park down the street, or your backyard if you can make it work. And the scene does not need to be “epic”.

What shouldn’t this scene be or have?

  • Urban details, meaning buildings and most infrastructure shouldn’t be present (or at the very least, this should be muted and not the focus of the pic)
  • It shouldn’t be an indoor shot, especially of your house or garage

You can submit one photo a day (12:01 AM to 11:59 PM, your local time), and up to three a week. This week starts Sunday, April 10, so do not post for Week Three until then. It can be a photo or drawing.

Oh yeah, before you submit, check out the full rules here. Make sure you tag your photos on the medias (Instagram, flickr, tumblr) with #3spdapr22 and “ping” me. I’ll share what I can!


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