Taken from The Daily Post’s Challenge Page — “In the Background: The places that we pass through day after day, or even once in a lifetime, leave in their small way, echoes and traces of themselves upon us. But so often when taking self portraits or pictures of friends, the places themselves become a soft blurred mush of indistinct semi-nothingness, the limelight stolen by our smiling faces. In today’s challenge, let’s turn the tables.”
For The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge this week, Pick asked that we take a photograph of ourselves or someone else as the lesser part of a scene, making the background or foreground the center of attention.
This may not have been exactly what he had in mind, but here are my photos:
The first image came about because I was taking a photo of the boys whilst sitting on a large rocking bench swing at the park yesterday. My little mini doxie was positioned strategically in my lap. Until she decided she wanted to be a part of the photo. The original image captured just the top of her head and her eyebrows. So I repositioned her (against her will!) to shoot this picture.
Nobody puts Ginger in the Corner
I told the boys I would take individual photos of them, so I was in the midst of photographing W (in the tie-dye shirt) when M decided it was his turn to be in the limelight. So he jumped in front of the camera in what I think was a rapper pose?
I’m calling this one “Yo Mama” because that’s what came out of my sweet little boy’s mouth when he popped up in front of the camera!
And this last one has nothing to do with the theme. I just thought I would show you how silly my kids are. They crack me up often. Since I like to think I am hilariously funny, I can only assume they get their wit and comedic timing from me. 😉
I’m just going to call this photo “Yikes,” for obvious reasons. I haven’t a clue as to where they’ve seen a pose like this before! [Mental Note: Fix the lock on my bedroom door!]
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