Tag! You’re it! Touch Tag Day celebrates the childhood game of tag by encouraging everyone to get outside and play! It can be celebrated by getting out in the fresh air and running around. After this year of confinement, getting outside sounds like a great idea to me!
According to the National Day Calendar, "Dating back to ancient Rome, this game has been played worldwide with a variety of names and rules. Typically it involves a player running around, chasing other players, in an attempt to “tag” or touch them. Most forms of this game have no teams, scores, or equipment. Usually, the goal involves being the last player left untagged or being safe."
The challenge today is to use a fast shutter speed to freeze the action. If you don't have any human subjects to capture, you can freeze your furry friends. If you have no furry friends, use a fast shutter speed to capture action of some kind... a bird... the ocean waves... a moving vehicle.... etc.
For the example photo I used a shutter speed of 1/1000. I was able to get a great capture of the girls running and the waves breaking.