My campaign to get you all spending more time outside continues in June with the third iteration of my One Hour Outside challenge. With that in mind, I thought we’d do something slightly different for this month’s daily photo challenge…
Instead of setting you a different theme every day for June, as we’ve been doing for the first five months of the year, I thought I would give you just one photo theme… One Hour Outside.
Getting outside is good for us in so many ways, and there is so much fodder for great photographs when we leave the comfort of our home or office. Take (at least) one photo each day during this month and share it with #OneHourOutside (and #SplodzJunPC if you would like to be consistent with the rest of the year) showing me how you spent your time outside on that particular day. So no sharing old photos this time!
In case you’re new to this, here’s what we do…
First, it would be awesome if you could follow me on twitter or instagram and then either retweet or repost the theme image to let others know you’re taking part. It would be fab to have a whole community of daily photo challenge participants for June.
Each day, get yourself outside (I’m asking for an hour, just one hour of your time) and take a photograph of something you see, then share using the hashtag #OneHourOutside on your twitter or instagram feed (or facebook or on your blog, if you so choose).
Using the hashtag means I and others taking part can find your photographs and see what you’ve been up to – and it would be cool if you would share the love by commenting on or liking photos that others taking part are sharing. These links should help:
There are endless possibilities whether you are off out on an adventure or simply spending some time in your back garden. Show me what the weather is doing, show me your local town, show me the flowers, show me your view. The list really is endless.
For more information about One Hour Outside go here. And if you’re looking for inspiration on things you can do outside during the summer, go here.
And we’ll go back to the daily themes for July.