I know this is probably cheating and all, but I've been given two days to come up with three possible final project proposals for my 300-level photography class. So far I have one idea and it sucks, so let me throw some background out and see if people have any ideas. One of my (personal) requirements is that it be shoot in documentary style, i.e. telling a story with pictures. I'd also like to practice my landscape composition, so working wide is a plus becuase I can get in some practice. The assignment has to consist of 20 edited images. I have the option to shoot in film or digital, color or b&w. I opted to shoot digital because the practice will be more applicable in the real world (I want to be a PJ in the long run). I can also print them in 8x10, 11x14 or 16x20. I live in Portland, so I have access to all the wilderness I need and several other cool photography opportunities, I'm just having photographers block . I'm sure if I think about it long and hard I can come up with some mediocre ideas, I just wanted to know if anyone has any advice. HELP! lol.