As a number of you know (and many participated) in January there was a group of people who took up the mantle of taking a photo every day with the same camera and the same lens. It was a long, tough slog, but a bunch of people made it through alive. There was enough grumbling that I wouldn't want to undertake a challenge like that again. But there is still a lot of fun to be had by sharing a common goal and working towards it. I'm thinking of something along the lines of 31 "prompts" that need to be checked off before the month is through. One needn't feel pressured to do one on each day and there will be no limit on your gear. This should be all fun an no work. You can go out on a photowalk and take out 7 prompts right away and then coast..... but don't coast for too long and let them build up. Then you'll be overwhelmed and it will be work. Or just do one every day.....it'll be good practice to think about photography every day. For our Single In January challenge, we had a little over 30 participants. My suggestion would be that the first 31 people to "sign" up to the Challenge would all get to select a prompt. Prompts can be as simple or complex as you want them to be. They can be a thing, an emotion, a color, an abstract idea. They can be whatever you can imagine. They could be a song lyric, a famous photo, an old TV show or a worn out shoe. And you can follow the prompt literally or just let it push you in a vague direction. The whole point is to get you thinking in new directions (and doing it WITH your camera). Now......who amongst you is up to the challenge?!