Hey, guys! I know there are many photography enthusiasts here since this forum is all about Arts/Photography/Photos. Hehe. Anyways, I just got the idea of this game from a photo-sharing website and, well, I think we can play it here as well.
Here are the rules:
1. The 1st poster will share a pic and then add text below his pic saying "The picture below me is about" then the subject of the pic that he wants the next poster to share.
2. The 2nd poster shall post the pic in response to the 1st poster's request; he shall then be able to ask the 3rd poster to post a pic with the subject that he now wants. And so on...
3. 24-hour Rule: When there is no picture posted in response to the last post within 24 hours, the poster shall consider changing his subject.
4. 48-hour Rule: When there is no picture posted in response to the last post within 48 hours, the next poster may post anything and shall be given the prerogative to ask the next poster to post a pic with the subject that he wants.
5. Please post with pics, otherwise, just reply to the poster's post to comment or whatsoever.
Let's have fun now!
Okay, I'll start the game.
Here's my pic:
The picture below me is about "Fireworks".
I have a novelty fireword picture...
The picture below is about shoes...
The picture below me is of life.
A variety of life
The picture below me is of modern architecture
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