WDD Photo Scavenger Hunt

Event Description

This year Connected in Motion is excited to be bringing back the World Diabetes Day Photo Scavenger Hunt.... What's a 'photo scavenger hunt'? It's just like a regular scavenger hunt, except instead of gathering the items on a list, you take a photo of them!

There are two types of clues listed to participants: (1) things to find and (2) scenes to create. A thing to find might be 'a meal requiring the biggest bolus'. You come across the biggest vat of maple syrup you've ever seen? Snap a picture including your whole team, and move on to the next clue. Meanwhile, a scene to create might include 'your entire team spelling WDD with their bodies' (much friendlier to the blood glucose than the vat of maple syrup!) Here, you would have to perform the task with your whole group and take a photo.

Once the day is done and teams have collected as many photos as possible they then have a set amount of time to upload their pictures to the internet. When all participating locations have done so, we will pick the favourites and feature them on the Connected in Motion webpage.

We are emailing out the item list, so people can participate anywhere in the world! For more info or to register, please visit http://tiny.cc/WDDHunt or email Virtue at getsocial@connectedinmotion.ca

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Comment by Jen on October 31, 2012 at 10:41am

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