WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge –  A Face in the Crowd

Here are a few photos that represent my interpretation of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge theme of  ‘A Face in the Crowd’.

In the first photo, two curlews are crossing a crowded path.  They blend in well with the colours of the surrounding gardens but are not quite so well camouflaged on the path.  Their stance suggests that there is nothing to look at here.

Nothing Going On Here – Curlews at Healesville Sanctuary


I love the following photo.  The girls’ faces are blurred, but you can still see a tentativeness in their expression about being up so close to the crocodile.  The young girl on the left looks to her friend for direction on how she should handle the situation.

Never Smile at a Crocodile – National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra


The next photo is of my friend’s first dog show.  What do you think?  Is her puppy impressed with the attention?

When will this be over?


Sometimes when you are in a crowd, you don’t want to blend in.  When tomfoolery is the order of the day, a dramatic gesture may be what’s required to stand out from the crowd.  And of course, teachers always have a way of standing out.

Say Cheese – Mega Clarinet Day at Monash University


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20 thoughts on “Nothing Going on Here

    1. Thank you, Maggie. That photo was taken at the Healesville Bird Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia. They do a wonderful job there in rehabilitating injured wildlife, especially birds. I have followed your blog too. I love birds. They make me smile and are a great inspiration for my art. You might like to look at one of my earlier posts “Birds of Tile and Feather” which shows some of my art. Anyway, I look forward to seeing more of your lovely photos. Regards. Tracy.

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