Rules: 1. You may only submit one photo per contest. 2. The contest runs for exactly one week, from the first time stamp of the first post in the thread (this will be made by the winner of the previous week's contest). 3. Please refrain from commenting on the photos submitted in the contest. A good photograph is one that can appeal to someone who may not know much about the technical aspects of photography, so it would be best if the judge isn't swayed by someone else's opinion of the photograph. 4. The judge will choose his/her favorite at the end of the week, place a post listing it, and include a short synopsis of why he/she chose that photo. The winner is then responsible for choosing a new topic and starting a new contest thread, which will again run for exactly one week. This week's theme: Decisive Moment Continuing last week's theme, and going with what I know, this week's theme is what Henri Cartier-Bresson called the decisive moment. To paraphrase, there is nothing in the world that doesn't have a decisive moment. It could be two strangers making eye contact passing each other by, or your mom and dad watching television in perfect contentment on the couch, or it could be your dog jumping for excitement when you return home from work. However, once you miss that moment, it is gone forever. I'm very excited to see what you guys come up with. Note that this doesn't have to be street photography, perfect little moments are everywhere for the photographer to capture all the time. So bring your camera with you, and snap away!