WPC: A Face in the Crowd

 

Erica, at WordPress, gives us the task to show anonymity, a face in the crowd – referring to the days when she was too afraid to ask people for a photo. I am still there…but on my way to overcome it. I still take photos from behind though, or with a long lens, if I am not in the mood for asking.

This series, taken some years ago on the beach( in a warmer country than mine) shows how well we can express ourselves – even in the anonymity of silhouettes.

Keep an eye on the man…

…..how he expresses himself…

 

34 reaktioner på ”WPC: A Face in the Crowd

  1. I only ask for permission if I enter a shop or similar. Once I was denied, in a door shop. Too bad, door shop! I could show your doors to the world. Outside I rarely take a photo of a person intentionally, but they keep walking in my frame. You might have seen my Siena photos for this challenge. I have never asked a random stranger in the street if I may take their photo.

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