Take a picture of the landscape in this place with no evidence of human life in it.
Find where a photograph was taken.
How long does it take you to find two (nearly) identical snowflakes? A microscope or magnifying glass will help you to complete this mission.Submit a sketch or photograph of the snowflakes.
Point at something and hold your pose. How many people stop to see what you are pointing at?
Make badges or stickers with command words on them (jump, laugh, dance etc.). Stick them on yourself and invite people to programme you!
Ask some old people you know to hang out in hoodies on a street corner.How do people react to them?
Imagine all the things around you have never been discovered before. What would you name them? Start a small field notebook and fill it with sketches of your newly named findings.
Estimate how many blades of grass there are in a field by rolling around in it.
Make a map to show someone you like the route to your heart.
Get to know your neighbour.
Create a worm's eye view and a bird's eye view of the same place.
Photograph places where the 'wild' is taking over from 'civilisation'.
Buy ingredients for a meal from your local farmer’s market.
Explore while you listen to music on shuffle. Each time the music shuffles, shuffle your way of exploring.
Write, perform and record a song using words in street signs.
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