Of People & Places

Admittedly, I get very nervous when it comes to taking photos of individuals even though I find facial expressions and body language to be quite fascinating.  My poor camera does not have a powerful zoom lens, hence these very long distance shots lifted from a small pool of the ‘sea of humanity‘ which represents some of the cities I’ve visited (and is my attempt at a response to the challenge noted below).


WordPress Photo Challenge: Humanity – For this week’s challenge, share what humanity means to you. Share a single photo or a collage to represent a sea of humanity.



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Barbadian mother and lover of laughter; story teller and best-selling author; happy to follow God's lead and to live my mantra: "you've gotta be a rainbow in the lives of others when it rains."

6 thoughts on “Of People & Places”

  1. Even though you say you don’t have the greatest camera for zooming, you still seem to have a way with the camera to get the shot that you want. Many of the photos reminded me of pictures you would see in National Geographic or something like that (angle of the shot, true expressions of people, etc.)


      1. I have never had the moeny for the real fansy cameras either, but I have had someone looking at my stuff as well (family member) and say that they think I have missed out on my true calling. I kind of feel that way here. You have a talent with the lens, it’s just the lens needs an upgrade…just like me 🙂

        …and I will be back 🙂


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