Coming off a winter when I spent too much time sitting around and accumulating new gear, I feel like I need to make an effort to get out there and start shooting more. What better way to do that than to revive the tradition of the communal Mu-43 shot-a-day challenge (as seen here, here and here). I'd like to invite anyone here to join in with me. If you're interested, simply share your images in this thread. The "rules", such as they are, are dead simple: Try to post a single shot (of ANY subject) taken each day during the challenge. If you miss a day (or a week), don't worry, no one is judging you. The idea here is to get folks out and making pictures, not to play lunchroom monitor. Since this is a forum, images shot with equipment are encouraged, but this is not strictly a requirement. If you happen to sneak the occasional iPhone, RX100, XT-1 or A7 image in there I doubt the earth will stop spinning on its axis. Images may be straight out of camera JPEGs or manipulated to your heart's content. Pushing yourself past your normal comfort levels is encouraged. Most importantly: HAVE FUN! Tomorrow's equinox (Friday, March 20) provides an apt jumping off point for this undertaking, but the images don't need to be based on a spring (or fall for those of you in the southern hemisphere) theme. Let's set May 1 as our end point for this challenge. The other thing I'd love to encourage with this thread is for it to be a sort of informal image salon where participants can feel free to provide comments and critique on others images. If you would like to participate in that aspect of the experience, please note something like "c/c encouraged" in your posts so that others will feel free to comment on your images.