For this challenge let's try Long Exposure. You can use whatever method you like. Bulb, Manual, Live time, Live composite, etc. Get creative! Let's show what M43 cameras can do with these features or go just with the old tried and true standard methods. Rather than set a strict shutter speed limit, let's just say that it should be longer than your typical speed for that subject matter, whether that be a static object a race car or anything in between. Good luck everyone and happy shooting! In accordance with rule #3, I'd appreciate if you would note the date of your photo. I don't plan to dig through exif data. It's the honor system here. Thanks in advance. Please post a single image, represents the theme. The deadline to post entries to this challenge will be September 10th at 00:00 [12 AM] GMT (Greenwich Mean Time.) After that, voting will remain opened through September 11th at 00:00 [12 AM] GMT. Votes will be tallied, then the winner will be announced. The next challenge should be posted by the winner soon after. Rules: A single "theme" will be provided for each challenge. These can 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 time-frame 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 anew 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.