Simple you may think, but no.
Dave provided a list of 30 items or themes that had to be photographed within a set period of one hour.
Points were to be awarded for the number of items on his list photographed with points deducted for images not obtained, out of focus, or those that failed to fully represent the description on the list or for objections to his decisions as a fair and impartial adjudicator.
Points were also deducted for teams that failed to return to the centre within the allocated hour.
Extra points could be awarded for photographs that showed exception imagination, flair or interpretation of the subject. Additional points were also available for teams who supported fully his decisions as a fair and impartial adjudicator when deducting points from other teams.
Amongst the 30 target subjects tonight were representations of new, red, dirty items for sale (extra points awarded to the highest price) reflection, security, a square, a letter in the landscape, a balloon, movement and a humorous team selfie.
After a classic Le Mons running start to their vehicles, the teams set out on their quest, returning breathless and exhausted an hour later, although in some cases a little longer due to the general rule of relativity and variations in the earth’s spin (or so it was claimed)
Due to time constraints and the number of photographs submitted, judging could not be competed, so the announcement of the winning team who will walk off with their prize (purchased at little or no expense) had to be delayed until the next meeting.