Hello and a very Happy New Year to You – one and all!! Thank you all for your wishes for the New Year. I wish you the same – a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
I do hope you’ve had a very relaxing Holiday and New Year break. We’ve had a fun, busy-ish time with family and visitors with bits of holidaying in between. It’s been very nice to relax.
If you’re still on holidays – have the best time!
January’s One Four Challenge
Well, here we are – onto Round 3! Wow, I’m amazed at how quickly we have arrived here.
Thank you for your patience with my replies for our last week of December – it got busy, very quickly at my house, with preparations for Christmas and New Year celebrations and visitors.
I loved seeing everyone’s 4th version for December – we seem to be doing lots of experimenting and learning along the way with this challenge now – it’s great to see – and I really appreciate the encouraging feedback and kind words that are being left for each other 😀
I think I made it around all of the blogs – if I’ve missed visiting you for Dec week 4, please leave me a comment and I’ll pop by.
Tagging: this is definitely working! Everyone who tags with One Four Challenge can be found through WordPress reader – it’s an easy way to find all of the challenge posts in one place.
Joining the One Four Challenge:
**For those still interested in joining us / knowing more about this challenge, you’ll find the ‘how to’ further on in this post. PLEASE READ the details – thanks.
This month, my image features the main buildings and pit lane at Mount Panorama Bathurst, NSW AU. Mt Panorama is known as Australia’s premier racing circuit.
Click for a better, sharper view.. (not sure why – on my monitor, this is showing as blurry, but the image is sharp).
In 1938 the Mount Panorama Scenic Drive was opened to the public and became the home of motor racing in Australia. It may have started its career as a dusty country track but Bathurst’s Mount Panorama is now one of the world’s top three motor racing circuits. Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit is 6.213 kilometres in length and 874 metres above sea level.
Source: Bathurst NSW
About the challenge and how it works:
This challenge is about processing 1 image in 4 different ways over 4 weeks. We will all process / post edit (our own chosen image) and share a different version each week. Process it however you like… and tell us a bit about it. You don’t have to show the original image unless you’d like to. (I’m going to show mine in week 4 along with the 4 variations from the month). Try new things, experiment. Be as creative or subtle as you wish to be. Each week starts again on Monday (Aussie time) and closes off the following Sunday (at the end of the day), so there is a whole week for you to create your post, link up here and tag your post. This is a perpetual challenge. We will do the 1st four Mondays of the month. If there are 5 Mondays in a month – we’ll still only post on 4. Could I please ask everyone to TAG… WP has been having some issues with pingbacks (unsure if this has been resolved yet, but best to be sure), which means myself and others are unaware of your post – Please TAG with One Four Challenge – thanks so much. As well as a link, in your own post, would you mind leaving a link on my blog post too please – in comments if you could, this way we are aware of everyone’s blog posts. Thank you!Have the best week everyone!! Really looking forward to seeing what you’ve done this time ’round 😀