They asked 12 photographers from Morden to take photos on four days during the year (February 8, May 14, July 1 & September 24) and submit twelve of them for each day. Then from these 144 photos, they would chose their favourites and display them in the art gallery.
After I expressed interest in being a part of this, she told me that they were looking for more photographers, and I could participate if I wanted to.
So, I took pictures on these days and submitted them (only for winter and spring, because I wasn't very happy with my summer and fall ones.)
So last night was the opening night at the gallery. I hadn't heard if any of my pictures were chosen, so I was quite excited to see what they'd picked.
I was so thrilled to get there and see that out of the 35 or so pictures displayed, that they'd chosen three of mine:
I'd forgotten my camera (can you believe it?!), so Basil Holewka (one of the organizers of the challenge) took a couple of photos of me with the photo groupings, but I haven't gotten them from him yet.