For this task we had to follow the instructions and roll dice to determine how time/distance, direction, quantity. I rolled 4 - 6 - 6 - 12. This translates to four minutes walking south west, to take twelve photos.
I quite liked this task, as I could not plan ahead as to what I would be shooting. I knew roughly where I would end up but was not certain of where in the general area. Going straight out of my house southwest would lead me into a ditch, then into someones backyard/a row of houses. To get around this, I walked more south east to get around this until I could change direction. This was only a minute detour.
I done this at night, as the previous task I done (the mystery object task with one hour to shoot) was at night and I liked exploring this. I got a bit annoyed on the walk to my final destination, as while shining my torch to see where I was going, I spotted some things I would loved to have shot, but refrained.
It was pitch black, and without a torch on, all I could see was the silhouette of the trees against the sky. This gave me the opportunity to play around with flash. I would have liked to have shot with my external flash, but do not have it with me so I settled with the built in flash on my Nikon. Seeing as I could not see, I employed the method of just pointing and shooting to see what I got, gradually getting my bearings in the dark.
As 12 images is a lot to fit into a collage for Instagram, I used a slideshow app, PicFlow, to put the images together. Below I have put them all in a gallery.