For background on this contest, please see my announcement. If there are any questions/comments about the overall contest, please share them on that thread. The theme for this challenge is "My town". One of my favorite things about this forum is getting to know fellow forum member through their images which provide a peek into their lives. To that end, in this challenge I'd like you to share something about the place you live. EDIT: Based on some feedback, let me clarify: the theme is meant to be open to your interpretation. You can interpret it as literally or as loosely as you like. Feel free to try to take a wide-angle shot from a drone that shows your entire town, or just create an image that evokes the theme for you. This challenge will run through Friday, June 12. Please post a single image that represents the theme. EDIT: Just to nail down the details, deadline to post entries is this Friday, June 12 at 10pm Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7). After that, voting will remain open through noon (PDT) on Sunday, June 14. Votes will be tallied, and a winner will be announced Sunday afternoon/evening, and then the next challenge should be posted by the winner sometime early next week. Rules: A single "theme" will be provided for each challenge. These can be specify a particular subject (e.g. "trees", "vehicles", "animals", "water"), a shooting/post processing method ("black and white", "shot in M-mode (manual)", "blur", "multiple exposure") or it can be more ephemeral ("happy", "orange", "renewal", "symmetry"). Note: since our audience is global, themes that reference a particular season of the year should be avoided. Each challenge will run for a period of two weeks. This should give everyone that wishes to participate a chance to get out and exercise his/her vision. Since the intent of this challenge is to get people out and shooting, entries should be shot during the timeframe of the challenge (i.e. no searching through back catalogs for images that match the theme). Since this is a Micro Four Thirds forum, entries should be shot with a Micro Four Thirds camera. Each participant must choose a single image to share in a post on the thread. A winner will be declared at the end of each challenge based on "votes" received from forum participants. A "like" (thumbs-up) will count as one vote and a "winner" (medal) will count as two votes. Voting is open to anyone (not just participants) and voters may cast as many or as few votes as they wish. Ties will be broken based on the larger number of "winner" votes, beyond that, any ties will be broken by the member who chose the theme (see below). The winner will choose the theme and post the subsequent challenge in a new thread. If the winner fails to post a new challenge within five days, the responsibility passes to the runner-up. At the end of the challenge the winner of the previous challenge should total the votes and announce the winner and the runners-up.