Photography by Omar Parada


Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background

These are my three pictures for Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background. The first one was taken in Picadilly Circus, London. Is not unusual to go there any time and watch people dancing or doing some kind of performance. Here the focus of my camera decided to got to the background public instead of the performer, but I like how it looks like if they were judging the movements of the dancer. The second was in Mill Road Fair in Cambridge this year. A dragon walks the street! And the third, is a dark spot in a cemetery in Stow cum Quy. In the background, our future!

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  8. Sunshine Avatar

    the dragon photograph really stands out and fits this challenge well ♥ neat collection.

    1. casagan Avatar

      Thanks for your comment! 🙂

      1. Sunshine Avatar

        you’re welcome! ☼sunHUGS!!

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  14. […] Cambridge, in a place called Stow Qum Quy. I had already a quite eerie picture there (the one in a cemetery), but that was in colour. This one has only a bit of orange coming from the lamp in the ceiling. […]

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