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Photo Goals
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Description:
The focus of this Waymarking Game is to encourage people to perform actions and be photographed doing so. The actions should be fun ones that would attract attention from others in a confused or 'rolling of the eyes' kind of way.
Expanded Description:

This is about creating a challenge for people to DO things, and not really about the location. But Visitors will log where they were able to DO the challenge!

This category is NOT about finding things at all, at least not ones that are static. It is about ACTIONS! We want to see people doing crazy fun things. We want to see people doing something specific but with an item that is only at a spot for a brief period of time.

Role Play works great here! So does "Dare ya!"

Some examples might include being photographed:

  • Being hit in the face with a pie
  • Riding a unicycle
  • Arm Wrestling with a Nun in her Habit
  • Having a bucket of pudding or water dumped on your head
  • Dressed as a reporter and while holding a microphone interviewing a named politician
  • Participating in a grape stomping
  • Stand under a waterfall and use an umbrella
  • Give a policeman a piggyback ride

Photo Goals that were accepted before 01 JAN 2008 have been Grandfathered.

Suggestions for Photo Goals that should have been created as stand alone Categories will be declined.

Instructions for Posting a Photo Goals Waymark:

All entries in this category should be written as instructions for the photo goal. Consider using the example as a template for your Waymark Listing.

Example #1: "To successfully complete this Photo Goal you need to find a mime in costume and have your picture taken with them. Include the coordinates and tell us about your adventure when you log your visit!"

Example #2: "Take a picture of yourself sitting in the driver's seat of a firetruck wearing a FD helmet. Make sure you have permission from the fire department or similar!"

Since the nature of this category is locationless, please use the coordinates that you were able to accomplish the photo goal that you are proposing for others to attempt. You must provide a sample image of the photo goal you are proposing along with the coordinates that you were able to accomplish the goal, as proof that it can be done. This image must meet the Visit Requirements as stated below. Your Waymark description should be as detailed as possible and the name should reflect the photo goal itself.

Instructions for Visiting a Waymark in this Category:
You must provide an image of yourself meeting the photo goal and you must also provide the coordinates where you were able to perform the photo goal. Further story about how you were able accomplish the photo goal and any other activities associated with it would be a great thing to include. We’d love to hear about your adventure!
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Image for Pick a Statue's Nose - WIBO (Waymark in Booger Out)view gallery

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Photo GoalsPick a Statue's Nose - WIBO (Waymark in Booger Out)

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Take the time to clean out a statue's nose. This is Waymarking's version of a CITO - Waymark in Booger out.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Hikenutty

location: Washington

date approved: 11/9/2007

last visited: 8/17/2013

Image for Get a photo of yourself on an indoor climbing wall view gallery

SS3.7 km

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Photo GoalsGet a photo of yourself on an indoor climbing wall

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Rope up and climb an indoor climbing wall - the trick is you'll need someone to take a photo of you climbing the wall. Bonus points for reaching the top! :) Not any wall will work, it must be made for rock climbing and must be a minimum of 15' tall.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Hikenutty

location: Washington

date approved: 1/1/2008

last visited: 12/27/2016

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