Pure Planet Community photo challenge April 2019 - Humour


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The Pure Planet Community photo challenge for April 2019 has been set.

March's winner @georginabutcher has chosen the theme as 'Humour'.

Each month Community Members take new photos based on a theme, and share them in a thread.

The winner is the picture with the most likes and best feedback from others. The winning photographer gets to pick the next month's theme!

This is the winning photo from March.

Good luck for this month's challenge everyone! Remember, photos must be yours (not pinched from the internet :mad:).

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Great choice @Scubaseahorse 💪

I've made the May photo challenge thread here ;-)))

Good luck everyone!
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Haha, great topic Scuba... does it include kinky boots?
​and before anyone comments wasn’t it a film?
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Awesome topic Scuba! 🙀👍👏👠👢👞🧦👟
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Great idea Scubaseahorse
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Thanks to you all for the lovely comments - you are all very kind 💕💕 🙃😊😏 I am honoured.

The topic I'd like to choose is

Foot wear! 👞👟👠👡👑👡👠👟👞

Good Luck everyone, I'll be waiting in anticipation to see what you all come up with.
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Yep Scuba gets this months rosette
Great photo! Well done scuba!!
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Worthy winner scubaseahorse, we were all ‘chasing your tails’ and coming up short.
Well done again,
​Dai
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Congratulations Scuba! 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

​Fantastic picture, well deserved winner 👍🥇🏆👏👏👏👏
Hey everyone

I'm sure we've all enjoyed having a giggle at all the great photos submitted this month, fantastic topic @georginabutcher :raisinghands:

April's winning photo is this great shot taken by @Scubaseahorse - interesting view!!:rolleyes:

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Great submissions everyone, what a funny bunch 🆒

And congrats to @Scubaseahorse :raisinghands::raisinghands:
Would you like to choose the topic for May's photo challenge?
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Just a reminder, last photo submissions for April, is Tuesday. Get your funny themed photos in by then 👍👏, for a chance to win some reward points 👍👍👍
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Spotted this sign today whilst walking round a hot Coombe Abbey Country Park. Super hot tropical day 😎☀️🦆. It really really tickled me!

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Spotted this in Cape May Diner

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Marc;27734:
Thanks @Strutt G that's very kind of you.
It's a hobby (yeah OK also a dream that one day I'll pack a light bag with a camera, pick a direction, start walking, and never stop :D)




If it's in a public place, there's no legal reason they can object. Unless there children in the photo. If it's on private property, you need to ask permission.
It's only happened to me once (that someone objected in the street) and I deleted the photo because it didn't bother me either way.
Sometimes I do feel a bit odd taking pics of strangers!


It's also about what you do with the photo afterwards,for example if you publish it for gain different rules apply.
Also I think some would feel uncomfortable if someone posted a clear prominent photo (of them) on the internet without their knowledge, so that's always worth bearing in mind depending on where you post.
It's difficult if you happen to take a snap like marc's to inform the person retrospectively, unless you've taken their details at the time, and the whole point of candid photography is that it's of the moment.
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Hey thanks Marc 👍👍. I’ve always wondered about that. Thank you
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Hi Marc, I've been meaning to compliment you on your photographic skills as noted by the use of shadowing in your other photos.

Thanks @Strutt G that's very kind of you.
It's a hobby (yeah OK also a dream that one day I'll pack a light bag with a camera, pick a direction, start walking, and never stop :D)



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Thing is, I always wonder how it works when taking pics like that of random people. Could people object to you using their pic? Just curious, as totally out of the social media loop, for one..

If it's in a public place, there's no legal reason they can object. Unless there children in the photo. If it's on private property, you need to ask permission.
It's only happened to me once (that someone objected in the street) and I deleted the photo because it didn't bother me either way.
Sometimes I do feel a bit odd taking pics of strangers!
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David j returns and deserves a double thumbs up for the feathered dude!

Cheers Strutt G, pics taken in Philadelphia where we are being hosted by family (on the lookout for Trump pics also). So, still out of the PP loop but will make the occasional contribution.

Bye Bye
​Dai 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇺🇸
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David j returns and deserves a double thumbs up for the feathered dude!

Hi Bev, Not a hobby of mine, but I have two close friends who are photographers
One in particular who has an arty wild personality, can stop people anywhere and strike up a connection and get some awesome photos.
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Checking out ties when I saw this cast iron plaque !!

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I MUST stop looking into the mirror ‘the morning after the night before ‘. 😜

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Agree Strutt, that one above is fab Marc 👍👍👍👏👏👏👏, looks like it should be on the shelf in Clinton with the birthday cards with a caption!

Thing is, I always wonder how it works when taking pics like that of random people. Could people object to you using their pic? Just curious, as totally out of the social media loop, for one.
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Hi Marc, I've been meaning to compliment you on your photographic skills as noted by the use of shadowing in your other photos.
Took this photo on market day last weekend.
She was finding something very funny!
(Hope she wasn't laughing at me 😂)

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Well sorry but i find this funny.wolves fans maybe not so much.
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😂😂😂, I feed these two daily, and they’re ALWAYS together bless 💕, so this made me larf, seeing them sitting like this as if they’d had a lovers tiff, like an old married couple 😂😂😂

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