Week 47: Portrait of a stranger (Sharon’s choice)

I usually offer my own recap of our 52 week photo project but as I’m away travelling at the moment, I’ve decided to re-blog the original post instead. We’re getting very close to the end of our 52 weeks project now!

Here’s the week 47 post, with Sharon’s choice of a Portrait of a Stranger. We had a few rules, no one under 18 and we had to get their permission (which meant talking to them). I enjoyed this week! It’s intetesting that all of us photographed men and I enjoyed the accompanying stories just as much as the photos!!

I hope you enjoy everyone’s Portrait of a Stranger shots this week, it was quite fun for me at least, asking a stranger if I could take their photo. I do love a chat!!

As always, I’d love to hear what you think! Read on.

Deb 🙂

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He got his selfie, I got my shot, then he was gone.


Meet Mike from Berkshire. Mike was out riding the Strawberry Line with his wife, 2 young sons and towing his daughter in the bike trailer. They got chatting to us as they took a short break in Axbridge’s market square. He lived in Perth for 18 months, and his sons proudly told us he is half Guyanese which made them a quarter. They were staying near Cheddar for the half term school holidays and the furthest the boys have ever ridden was 10 miles so they weren’t expecting to do all of the trail today. They were very interested in our travels and the fact we had lived nearby in Cheddar for a year on teacher exchange. Asking a stranger if it’s okay to take their photo and then getting their story was more fun…

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