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Pics in the Parks: Challenge 11 - Motion


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Parks and Recreation

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone and improve your photography skills.




Crisp photos can capture something in motion frozen in time. A little bit of blur of a person or thing in motion can tell the story of what that thing is doing. Try to take a photograph that shows that object in motion in order to let the motion tell the story of what is happening.  If you are using a smartphone you can loop or bounce your photos. If you are putting something on Instagram, you can boomerang it!


Take a photo of something in motion. (A person playing sports, a leaf blowing in the wind, an animal.)

Submit your photo to be included in our digital photo gallery by emailing Submissions may be used for future Boston Parks and Recreation Department marketing purposes.