Photo Challenge: Show Off Your Curiosity
The successful landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars recaptured worldwide interest in space exploration, likely inspiring thousands of kids to build cardboard spaceships in their backyards once again.
While the allure of exploring the unknown is probably the greatest draw of becoming an astronaut, there’s still plenty of exploring to do in everyday life. For this week’s challenge, we want you to send us photos that express curiosity.
How do you find beauty in everyday objects? Do you see things that might normally go unnoticed? Maybe it’s a plant nestled under a crevice, or a surreptitious bit of graffiti on a subway poster. Let your curiosity run free and snap a photo with your phone or camera, and send us your best shots.
How to Enter the Challenge
Tweet a photo that depicts curiosity to @mashablehq with the hashtag #MashPics. If you need more than one tweet to write your caption, just send us another tweet. OR
Drop your photo into the picture widget below.
Submit your photo by Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 12:00 p.m. EST. We will choose some of the top images based on composition, originality and overall appeal. These pictures will be featured on Mashable, as well as on our Facebook and Pinterest pages.