In the early 1990's we bought this nativity set from AVON. For the years following we would put the cast out on our table each Christmas and our one then two then three girls played with them endlessly. Then came the boy. His second Christmas put him about one and half years old. He saw the set, picked up Jesus and a wise man, and went "zoom zoom zoom crash" and smashed them together and dented Jesus' head. Jesus is still smiling. And yes, I know the wise men were not present at Jesus' birth, but I couldn't find a little drummer boy.
If it applies to you, cast your mind back to the days of film, when you'd eagerly slot in a brand new Roll Of 24 into your camera and started taking shots. We're trying to recreate that with this week's challenge. You have a maximum of 24 frames to shoot and choose this week's submission from those 24 shots alone. Feel free to pick and choose any theme, genre or subject you'd like. Your only restriction is that you have a maximum of 24 shots - if you subscribe to the spray-and-pray method of getting well-focused images or freezing motion, just bear in mind, you've only got 24 chances at most (remember, most modern cameras capture multiple frames per second when the shutter's held down). This is a chance to channel the film photographers of a more analog photo world. Take your time to study your scene or plan it very carefully. Remember to check the background and the edges of your frame and know what is the direction and quality of your light source. Only press the shutter once you are 100% convinced that the frame in your viewfinder is the perfect photo.