For April I would like to change the rules a bit. The theme will be 'road trip' as suggested by one user on the site.
One post per person but up to 5 photos in that one post, all about the 'same' road trip.
Composite photos are welcome as well, (instead or as one of your 5.) But only when they do not take more space than one landscape positioned photo.
The road trip can be a real trip, by car, bike, train, foot, cart, horse, boat or whatever transport you used, or a trip you would put together if you had the money, health, time or whatever you do not have now that keeps you back from it.
If your chosen mode of transport is not in this question, please still use it in your answer, as long as you would use that kind of transport regularly within your trip, not just as a mode of transport to come to the start of your trip.
Make it a short story (one line per photo will do) in which you tell from each photo how it fitted (or would fit) into your trip.
All photos should be yours, (or your travel partner at the time/your life partner and each should be named if not yours.)
Inspiration for photos:
Car(s) you owned, rented or would use if you were able to afford it. Trains, bikes, horses, carts, carriages, boats or planes your owned or used (or would use.)
You or your travel companion(s) at any point in your travel.
Places you stopped like diners, side of the road shack which sold food, motels, campsites, hotels, castles (for sight seeing,) and so on.
Animals you met.
Your pack, shoes and other bits of your travel outfit, in or after use.
Keep it non offensive.
All photos should have a line of text with the location and subject of the photo and when the photo was taken.
In composite photos still all parts should be yours (or your partners) and years of photos taken should be mentioned as well as the overall subject.
There is no time limit on when the photos were taken, but remember that you (or your life partner/travel companion at the time) must have taken the photo.
If there are people recognizable in the photos, you should have their permission, as legal for the country you took the photo.
Do not post your entries before the first of April, and the competition runs till the 30th of April, 23:59* and we use UTC, just as the site. (*Or as soon after as your main judge can see the votes.)
Usually we do not like people to change their photos, but this month I think it is permissible to add to your post and adjust each photo (or replace them) within 24 hours of posting. But do not keep fiddling about with your posts, once you are happy with it, post a bit of text saying so and keep off it from then, so people who are waiting with voting know you are done.
We should remind users that submitting any pictures on the stack exchange network allows Creative Commons use of said pictures, per Stack Exchange terms of service.
Dirty-flow has won the bragging rights, the most upvoted entry this month.
Hanky Panky has won the virtual prize, a visit to some of the London museums (conditions apply, see the comment to his entry for the details.)