National Nothing Day is an "un-event" proposed in 1972 by columnist Harold Pullman Coffin and observed annually on January 16 since 1973.
My way to approach a photo of today was to go down the minimalist road.
Minimalist photography is a form of photography that is distinguished by extreme, austere simplicity. It emphasizes spareness and focuses solely on the smallest number of objects in the composition process. In other words a photo of not much, usually in one colour and just one object that pops.
Lets us see what you regard as a photo for Nothing Day?